Date: March 14th 2012


Hello Volunteers!!

Here’s a way to help out without going out and getting dirty! This will only take a couple minutes and help out local students. Thanks in advance for your help.


Volunteer Coordinator

Mt. Hood Chapter, PCTA



Please see below and help out by taking a quick survey.   Cascade Locks has been selected as a client for a professional planning project conducted by a group of six Portland State University (PSU) graduate students. The Masters of Urban and Regional Planning (MURP) students complete a five month 'real world' planning project free of charge for an Oregon community as a degree requirement.  The Port has asked the students to draft a community trail plan for Cascade Locks.  The survey (linked below) is intended to help the students assess what trail users want.  Responses welcome until March 19.




Dana Hendricks

Regional Representative, Columbia Cascades

Pacific Crest Trail Association

PO Box 359, Cascade Locks, OR 97014

541 844 9133

***Please note: I will be out on vacation March 20-April 4


From: Celilo Planning []
To: Dana Hendricks
Subject: Connect Cascade Locks Trail User Survey


Hi Dana,


Thank you for agreeing to distribute the Connect Cascade Locks User Trail Survey!



Thank you so much for distirbuting the information and survey link. Please let me know if you have any questions or need any additional information.


Thank you


Sara Morrissey

Communications Director

Celilo Planning Studio



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