Committee wants public involved in U.S. Highway 2 decision
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One common theme surfaced at the first meeting of an advisory committee that will help decide the future of U.S. Highway 2 between Havre and the Fort Belknap Indian Reservation:
The public must be involved in and informed about the decision-making process.
"I hope the people contact us and let us know what they feel," Hill County Commissioner Kathy Bessette, a member of the committee, said at the meeting Wednesday.
The 12-member Citizens Advisory Committee will participate in the development of an environmental impact statement for the possible widening of Highway 2 to four lanes.