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Transportation Corridor Agencies’ Jeff Bott to Speak at Coto Rancho Rotary Club

Bott to Provide an Update on OC’s Toll Roads Going Cashless & the State Route 241 Tesoro Extension Project

PRLog - Jun. 2, 2014 - RANCHO SANTA MARGARITA, Calif. -- The Rotary Club of Coto de Caza / Rancho Santa Margaritaannounced that Jeff Bott, senior public affairs and community relations representative for the Transportation Corridor Agencies (TCA), will speak at its 7 a.m. meeting on Thursday, June 5 at the Tijeras Creek Golf Club in Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif. He will provide an update on Orange County’s toll roads transitioning to cashless payment methods and will address the status of the State Route 241 Tesoro Extension Project.

“We are honored to work with Jeff Bott of the Transportation Corridor Agencies to bring the members of the Rotary and the local community an update on how OC commuters can expect to be affected both currently and in the future,” said Derek Godfrey, president of the Rotary Club of Coto de Caza/Rancho Santa Margarita. “We encourage both members and non-members to join us for breakfast and learn more about the agency’s projects and their impact on Orange County.”

Bott has worked for the TCA, a public agency that built and operates the largest network of toll roads in California for the past 19 years. As senior public affairs and community relations representative, he is responsible for communicating to the public about The Toll Roads. As a resident of San Clemente, Bott serves on the Board of Directors for the San Clemente Chamber of Commerce and was elected chairman for 2010. He is an alumnus of Cal State Fullerton and received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications.

The meeting includes breakfast and is open to the public for $15 per ticket. The event is free for Rotarians. Reservations can be made through Karen Hume via email at karenhume@att.net. The deadline to RSVP is Thursday, May 29.

About the Rotary Club of Coto de Caza/Rancho Santa Margarita del Sol

The Rotary Club of Coto de Caza/Rancho Santa Margarita del Sol was founded in 1983 by members of the Rotary Club of Mission Viejo. Originally named the Rotary Club of Coto de Caza/Trabuco Canyon, the club was renamed in 2001 to include the new city of Rancho Santa Margarita. Rotary Club of Coto de Caza/Rancho Santa Margarita del Sol is a service club with men and women members from diverse business, cultural and ethnic backgrounds. Its members consist of business owners, professionals, management people, engineers, developers and much more, who live and/or work in the canyon areas, that include Coto de Caza, Rancho Santa Margarita, Foothill Ranch, Dove Canyon, Wagon Wheel and Ladera Ranch. Rotary International is the largest service organization in the world, with more than 1.2 million members.

Club members meet at 7 a.m. on Thursday mornings at the Tijeras Creek Golf Club to share fellowship, have a wonderful breakfast, listen to an exciting speaker and to plan community, international and vocational service projects. The Club welcomes community members who want to give back and share fellowship with others. If you have an interest in Rotary, contact Jeffrey Sawyer at 310-365-0708 or jeffreysawyer@gmail.com.

Lauren Rieches

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