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Residents’ input sought for plan

The Northeastern Indiana Regional Coordinating Council will host an open house March 25 so residents can review a draft of the county’s 2015-18 transportation improvement program.

The meeting will be from 4 to 6 p.m. at Citizens Square, Omni Room, 200 E. Berry St.

The proposed plans include Allen County transit, highway, pedestrian and bicycle projects to be paid for with federal money during the next four years. Staff will be present to answer questions.

Mail comments to NIRCC, Citizens Square, 200 E Berry St., Suite 230, Fort Wayne, IN 46802 or email to Dan.Avery@co.allen.in.us. Comments will be accepted through March 28.

The draft is available for review at the NIRCC office or online at www.nircc.com.

To make accommodations for people with disabilities and people requiring auxiliary aids for the hearing and visually impaired, call 449-7309 by March 21.

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