Clark, Harold to discuss RTA issues at Mesa Springs residents meeting

       Sallie Clark, Westside County Commissioner and board member of the Pikes Peak Rural Transportation Authority (RTA) will come to the Tuesday, March 11 meeting of the Mesa Springs Community Association, talking about upcoming RTA work in that area.
       She will be joined by Tom Harold, chair of the RTA's Citizens Advisory Committee, in the meeting starting at 7 p.m. in the Pike Elementary School library at 2510 N. Chestnut St.
       The RTA work includes ongoing projects to pave alleys, according to association president George Gravenstein.
       The entity, funded by a one-cent sales tax and run by a multi-government board, also has a long-range plan to fund a portion of the Centennial Boulevard extension west of Mesa Springs.
       For more information, call 260-6687 or 635-8486.

Westside Pioneer/press release