Stopping the CRC Now — Rally

A Rally for Businesses and Citizens

WhyYouShouldCare

•  Will your business survive the massive CRC disruptions to downtown Vancouver, Hayden Island, and beyond?

•  Devastating $5 to 10 Billion debt bomb on region

•  $2000/year in first year tolls for commuters will rise steadily for decades

Date: Friday, March 29th.

Time: 2:30pm to 4:00pm; 4:00 to 6:00pm – Post-Rally Social Gathering

Location: Grand Ballroom at the Vancouver Red Lion at the Quay, 100 Columbia Street, Vancouver, WA 98660

Help us plan by signing up: To sign up for this Rally please reply to rsvp@crcfacts.info or fill in our online form that enables you to identify if you will or might be attending. http://tinyurl.com/ab2vsk5

Businesses—it’s time to stand up—Together

A large and growing portion of the business community is now aware the CRC project is very broken. Our team and others have uncovered a wealth of information about how this CRC project was generated and guided by special interests that plan to profit either politically or financially.
In reality this CRC project devastates the local area with generational debt and will not contribute to solving regional transportation issues.
Come see the following speakers talk about the damage this CRC project will cause to our community—and the go-forward process to properly address transportation issues. This is an opportunity to meet your fellow business owners and citizens who are standing up to the small group that is attempting to force this boondoggle upon all of us.  We welcome you to join us.

Speakers:

Local Political Leaders:

  • Ann Rivers – State Senator – 18th Legislative District
  • Liz Pike – State Rep. 18th Legislative District
  • Tom Mielke – Clark County Commissioner
  • Jeanne Stewart – Vancouver City Council
  • Bill Turlay – Vancouver City Council

Local Business People:

  • Chris Girard – Plaid Pantry Stores
  • Ty Baxter – Baxter Auto Parts

Topical Experts on:

  • Our I-5 bridge’s good structural status
  • How I-5 bridge lifts can be reduced by up to 90%
  • Environmental impact of the proposed CRC project
  • Impact to our quality of life from this massive project
  • The planning process going forward – after the CRC