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10-2-13 PI Network: Gateway Pacific Terminal EIS Scoping P2 by Kristin Hull
 

10-2-13 PI Network: Gateway Pacific Terminal EIS Scoping P2 by Kristin Hull

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    10-2-13 PI Network: Gateway Pacific Terminal EIS Scoping P2 by Kristin Hull 10-2-13 PI Network: Gateway Pacific Terminal EIS Scoping P2 by Kristin Hull Presentation Transcript

    • Copyright [insert date set by system] by [CH2M HILL entity] • Company Confidential Gateway Pacific Terminal EIS Scoping Process Successes, Catastrophes and Lessons Learned
    • Copyright [insert date set by system] by [CH2M HILL entity] • Company Confidential What I’ll cover  What we did  What went well  What we learned Photos from CrossCut and Bellingham Herald
    • Copyright [insert date set by system] by [CH2M HILL entity] • Company Confidential Gateway Pacific Terminal EIS overview  CH2M HILL is conducting the NEPA/SEPA process for the Army Corps of Engineers, Whatcom County and the Washington State Department of Ecology  Proposal would construct a deep water export terminal north of Bellingham at Cherry Point
    • Copyright [insert date set by system] by [CH2M HILL entity] • Company Confidential Scoping process  Conducted seven in person scoping meetings  Included a robust online meeting  Purpose of scoping is to understand issues and concerns to inform EIS  Community members could participate: online, in person or by submitting written comments
    • Copyright [insert date set by system] by [CH2M HILL entity] • Company Confidential Scoping participation outcomes Location Approximate No. of Attendees Bellingham 1,800 Friday Harbor 450 Mount Vernon 1,000 Ferndale 1,300 Spokane 850 Vancouver 900 Seattle 2,400 Photos from CrossCut
    • Copyright [insert date set by system] by [CH2M HILL entity] • Company Confidential Scoping participation outcomes  Website: – More than 64,000 visits  More than 124,000 comments  Public meetings were civil and verbal comments were taken throughout each meeting
    • Copyright [insert date set by system] by [CH2M HILL entity] • Company Confidential Most comments from Washington State
    • Lessons learned
    • 1 Stakeholder interviews lay the groundwork for a equitable, fair public process.
    • 2Put the web to work for you to reduce data entry and increase transparency.
    • Copyright [insert date set by system] by [CH2M HILL entity] • Company Confidential Comment management: self tagging
    • 3 Create convenient ways for people to participate who don’t want or need the public meeting experience.
    • Plan for your meeting from start to finish! 4
    • 5 Provide plenty of space.
    • 6 Manage verbal comment very carefully. Photos from CrossCut and Bellingham Herald
    • 7 Refine as you go and communicate changes to participants.
    • Copyright [insert date set by system] by [CH2M HILL entity] • Company Confidential Communicating change during the process
    • 8 Decide how comments will be collected and analyzed ahead of time.
    • 9