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Regional Manager

Local Address: Springfield, Illinois, United States
American Environmental Corporation
8500 Georgetown Rd.
Indianapolis , Indiana 46268
United States

Company Description: Founded in 1989, American Environmental Corp. is a professional consulting, engineering and contracting firm specializing in environmentally oriented engineering...   more

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IN, KY, IL, OH Environmental Solutions, 31 Aug 2014 [cached]
Ken Miller, Regional Manager Phone: 217-585-9517 Fax: 217-585-9518
Torrance Cultural Arts Foundation | Board of Directors, 3 Aug 2014 [cached]
Ken Miller - Former Mayor, Torrance
Task force defines scope of study design consultant(6/27/03), 2 July 2003 [cached]
When asked what the voting rights of the task force were, Ken Miller, director of MassHighway's Bureau of Transportation Planning and Development, said the "task force is advisory to MassHighway.
THAG, Tri-Community Highway Action Group, 21 Nov 2002 [cached]
Ken Miller, Director of MassHighway's Bureau of Transportation Planning and Development, convened the meeting at 7:00 PM.
MassHighway Staff: Ken Miller
Introduction: Ken Miller (MassHighway) and Bob Frey (MassHighway) welcomed everyone to the meeting and thanked them for their participation.
Ken noted that this is a task force meeting, not a formal public meeting, although MassHighway would field questions from non-task force members after the meeting.
Task Force Roster: Ken distributed a draft roster of task force members, and asked for suggested additions.
History of the I-93/I-95 project: Ken summarized recent events regarding the suspension of the previous feasibility study in September by MassHighway Commissioner Cogliano, and that the Commissioner had directed MassHighway Planning to take the lead in this new effort.Ken noted that the objective of the effort is to take a "fresh look" at the issues related to the interchange, and emphasized that the ultimate goal is for MassHighway and the task force members to reach general agreement on a set of strategies to move forward toward implementation.
Ken said that some of the previous work may prove to be useful during the existing conditions and alternatives development stage of the study.
Planning Study Process
Ken and Bob outlined the proposed planning study process (see attachment), described each of the five steps, and passed out examples of goals/objectives and evaluation criteria from similar studies.
Ken said that the task force would agree on one set of goals/objectives and evaluation criteria in step one of the process that would be used throughout the whole planning process.
Ken responded that MassHighway and its consultant would seek input from task force members, then draft a proposed set of goals and objectives, and then seek comment from task force members.
Ken said that task force meetings would be product driven, so it is unclear at this time exactly how many meetings will take place.
Ken said that MassHighway recognized the effect that studies and projects have on the community.He said that even though the study had not yet reached the alternatives evaluation stage, and that it was not clear if there would be recommended strategies with right-of-way impacts, he would initiate discussions with MassHighway's Right-of-Way Bureau regarding development of a process to expedite right-of-way issues to minimize impacts at the appropriate time.
Ken stated that the planning study is the first step in implementing a project.He pointed out that the next series of steps include: state environmental review (MEPA), listing on the regional transportation improvement program (TIP), design, and finally construction.Ken noted that we could have a TIP process workshop at a future task force meeting.
Role of the Task Force
Ken and Bob suggested that the task force is a working group that will advise MassHighway throughout the planning process.
Ken stressed that MassHighway will make sure that task force members receive all relevant materials and have the opportunity to review them throughout the process.Also, he added that MassHighway would be amenable to some type of website to post materials.
Ken said that the task force will assist MassHighway throughout the entire process, and that MassHighway would consider all recommendations from task force members.
Ken said that MassHighway and its consultant team will conduct the day-to-day activities of the study.
Next Steps
Ken said that MassHighway would develop a scope of work for the consultant and present a draft scope of work to task force members to solicit comments.Ken described the two methods of MassHighway consultant procurement: 1) selection from the MassHighway Architectural and Engineering Review Board list of pre-approved consultants, or 2) selection through a Request for Responses (RFR) process.
Ken said that MassHighway would present proposed consultant selection criteria for task force review.
Ken stated that it is possible things could change with the new administration, but that it was expected that the process, as presented in this meeting, would continue.
Additionally, Marianne asked if Governor-Elect Romney would have the power to stop this study, to which Ken responded yes.
Ken stated that the regional model incorporates the existing and planned transit network into the analysis and that the planning study will explore transit alternatives.Ken indicated that the MBTA is represented on the task force.Ken and Bob responded to the latter question by stating that all major projects (such as Route 3 North, the Central Artery, and Route 3 South) would be in the regional model, which forecasts traffic volumes twenty years into the future.
MassHighway lists five-step process for new task force(11/22/02), 26 Nov 2002 [cached]
MassHighway's Ken Miller and Bob Frey outlined the five-step process to the task force, including residents and officials from Woburn, Reading and Stoneham, which will explore a plethora of long and short-term options for the I-93/I-95 interchange.
From the onset of last night's meeting, MassHighway acting director Ken Miller made it clear that the new task force in place would now have complete control over the pre-planning process, and could explore any alternative they saw fit.
"Because of the concerns expressed by the public, not only in our products but in our conduct ... the commissioner decided to suspend the study and to try to take a fresh look at the issue.We won't do anything without speaking to you first," said Miller.
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