Issues Of The Environment: The Continuing Expansion of the Border-to-Border Trail

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“Progress is being made to fully connect communities throughout Washtenaw County with an expanded Border-to-Border Trail.”

Coy Vaughn, Washtenaw County Parks and Recreation  Commission (WCPARC) Deputy Director and Huron Waterloo Pathways Initiative (HWPI) board member, discussed the latest B2B developments with David Fair on 89.1 WEMU’s Issues of the Environment radio program. You can read the main points and hear their conversation online at:

WEMU Issues of the Environment 11/29/2017

Coy gave a great interview, talking about the history and recent developments of the B2B Trail project, including the WCPARC – HWPI public / private partnership. When asked by David Fair, Coy stressed the positive impact on B2B progress of private fundraising and this year’s Karen’s Trail Campaign, named in memory of world-class triathlete Karen McKeachie. Coy also gave an update on the two B2B construction projects planned for 2018, and on the importance of completing the corridor connecting Dexter and Ann Arbor, which will span the Huron River with eight sponsored and themed bridges.

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