Fair game: Resident input for Martin road, trail projects needed

 

From the Palm Beach Post’s award-winning blogger, Sally Swartz: Martin County’s Metropolitan Planning Organization gets an “A” for effort in trying to get residents involved in deciding how the state should spend money building roads, bike paths and trails in the county.

…Other projects the MPO is considering include four-laning High Meadows Avenue between I-95 and Martin Highway, and extending Willoughby Boulevard north to U.S. 1. Also on the list: A 32-mile path that pedestrians, bicyclers, skateboards and others would share between Lake Okeechobee and Jupiter Island’s Southeast Beach Road.

For the complete entry: http://opinionzone.blog.palmbeachpost.com/2015/09/20/fair-game-resident-input-for-martin-road-trail-projects-needed/

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