SANTA CRUZ — Immediately after a three-and-a-50 percent-hour very long general public listening to Thursday on the closing draft of the rail-trail analyze well prepared by Santa Cruz County Regional Transportation Fee team, the commission voted to shut the community hearing and convey the merchandise again for overview in February.
“It will not be a public hearing but it will be on our agenda,” board chair and Watsonville City Councilman Aurelio Gonzalez reported just after the meeting. “People will continue to be in a position to comment.”
Associates of the commission itself mirrored two distinctive frames of mind going into the challenge — individuals who think rail and trail are greatest and those who don’t want a rail. Folks, groups and agencies that partnered with RTC to build the analyze, formally known as the Transit Corridor Possibilities Analysis and Rail Community Integration Examine, principally tumble into individuals classes.