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Trail Town Initiative learns steps for GRL area trails

2014-04-28 - 801 Westlake Drive, Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener.
The Trail Town initiative for Columbia-Adair County
met Monday evening, April 28, 2014, to set committees and define a vision statement. Andrea O'Bryan, right, from the Corps of Engineers helped the group focus on the process steps required to establish any trails that propose to enter Green River Park and Wildlife Management Area (WLM). Right now there are two entry points on the Adair side of Green River Lake, the boating trail on the river itself and the road entry near Holmes Bend. In the photo, she points to the area on a map of Adair County with Joel Peterson, left, and Betty Knifley.Organizational meeting report for details on what the Trail Town effort is about can be found at this link: Is Columbia the next Trail Town - USA?

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