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People discuss local public transportation needs


Those who attended a meeting on transportation needs identified a list of needs, which Rosenda Henley, middle, mobility manager for People For People, displays. Stickers next to the issues represent those people care about the most, with red stickers representing top priority. Shoshana Jordan, left and Cynthia Rosenow, Food $ense Nutrition Program CEO, right, look on. - Jacob Wagner photo

Various organizations gathered at the Grand Coulee Dam Senior Center last Thursday to get input from the public and discuss problems with, and possible solutions for, local public transportation.

In addition to members of the community and employees of various organizations were representatives from People For People, who organized the meeting, as well as Grant County Transit, organizations both involved with public transportation in the area.

"The purpose of the meeting is to determine gaps in services and what we can do to close them," said Rosenda Henley, the mobility manager from Peopl...

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