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Cory Crebbin

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City of medford

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www.oregonengineers.org

Cory Crebbin, P.E., the Public Works Director for the City of Medford and my boss.


kmed.com

7:10 Cory Crebbin, City of Medford Public Works Director - The mysterious world of underground piping and infrastructure, and their efforts to make sure you don't pay too much to keep it all flushing and draining.
7:10 City of Medford's Public Works Director Cory Crebbin - We discuss repair and upkeep of the roads...quite a science behind the engineering.


www.downtownmedford.com [cached]

Staff reported that Mr. Miles' request had been discussed with the City's Public Works Director, Cory Crebbin.


www.ktvl.com

"Bus, bicycle, pedestrians, and vehicles, equally so that'll bring it up to that standard, and also there's comfort, some people aren't comfortable walking on lozier lane," said Cory Crebbin, the director of Medford's Public Works Department.
Lozier Lane doesn't meet the city's standards, according to Crebbin.


www.ktvl.com

Medford Director of Public Works Cory Crebbin says the federal government considers a routine street overlay, on which the city typically spends $1 million on annually, to be a major alteration of the street and requires new ADA ramps to be installed.


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