Jefferson Streetscape Task Force

Jefferson, Maryland

A project of  the
Jefferson Ruritan Club
in cooperation with
local organizations and residents
and the
Maryland State Highway Administration.

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Phase 3

SHA Letter to Task Force  May 4, 2016

Concept Plan
    - aerial vie of MD 180 in Jefferson (pdf file, 12.4 MB) from 10/6/2015 Task Force meeting)
    - aerial view of MD 180 in Jefferson (pdf file, 13.7 MB) (from 7/15/2014 Task Force meeting)
    - aerial view of MD 180 in Jefferson (pdf file, 10 MB) (from 12/11/13 public meeting)

Maryland Consolidated Transportation Program (CTP):  here is the hierarchy down to our line item:
    State Plan (on Maryland Dept. of Transportation website)
    State Highway Administration portion of CTP
    Frederick County Portion - pdf file
    Jefferson Streescape (page 12, line item 13 of above pdf file)

Frederick County transportation priorities  (Attachment to Priorities Letter, March 6, 2014) - see page 14 under Streetscape Projects

SHA's presentation (PowerPoint, 3 MB) (from 12/11/13 public meeting)

SHA Letter of Invitation to Dec. 11, 2013 Public Meeting



Phase 2

SHA Letter - 2009-09-16 - result of vote of property owners and status of project.

Gazette story about $500,000 awarded for Phase 2.

Phase 1

Text of letter regarding passing of Phase 1 (November 4, 2002)

FBOCC Resolution (March 28, 2002)

Cover Letter for FBOCC Resolution (March 28, 2002)

Project Summary attachment to Cover Letter (March 28, 2002)

Basic Questions & Quality Assurance (for Feb 28, 2002 meeting)

Table of Property Owners' Comments as of Nov 15, 2001 (ask Mary McCormack)

Letter to Block Meeting No-shows (Oct. 30, 2001) in html.  (This letter was personalized for each recipient, mostly for salutation and contact list.)

Letter to Frederick Board of County Commissioners (Oct. 2, 2001) in html

Block Meeting Welcome message in html. (September 2001)

Letter from Allegany Power re utility relocation (January 10, 2001)

Wish List Tabulation of 8\17\00

 Memo from Mary F. Barse, MDOT archeologist, concerning the archeological potential of the Streetscape Project.

 SHA Slides of Maryland Streetscape Projects (connection is lost)