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News Release
Public Health Advisory Board meets June 20 - 06/07/19

June 7, 2019

Media contact: Jonathan Modie, 971-246-9139, phd.communications@dhsoha.state.or.us

Public Health Advisory Board meets June 20

What: A public meeting of the Public Health Advisory Board.

Agenda: Hear a presentation on transportation planning, health and equity from Charles Brown of Rutgers University; discuss implication of information presented with the Oregon Transportation Commission. A public comment period will be held at the end of the meeting.

When: June 20, 10 a.m. to noon.

Where: Transportation Building basement conference room Oak A/B, 355 Capitol Street NE, Salem. Also available remotely by phone at 888-557-8511, access code 596500; and .

Oregon’s Public Health Advisory Board provides guidance for Oregon’s governmental public health system and oversees the implementation of public health modernization and Oregon’s State Health Improvement Plan.

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