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Community members will have opportunity to give input on bond project at July 16 meeting

PMG FILE PHOTO - Parking at West Linn High School has long been an issue for both students and nearby neighbors. Members of the West Linn community can provide input and learn more about a project to expand the West Linn High School stadium and parking lot at a virtual meeting 6 p.m. Thursday, July 16.

The project, which was part of a $206.8 million school bond passed by West Linn and Wilsonville voters in November, will add to the limited number of parking spaces for students at the school.

High school parking has long been an issue for both students and neighborhood residents who have grown frustrated at the growing number of students' cars parked on side streets during school hours.

As part of the project, the district also plans to increase the seating capacity of the high school football stadium, which does not fit the entire student body and overflows at each home football game.

According to a district email, the July 16 meeting will include a project overview,timeline and opportunities for questions and comments.

A Zoom link to attend the meeting will be sent out July 15, but a recording of the meeting will be posted to the district website afterward.

For more information about the project, or to sign up for project updates, visit the project page

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