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YO! Just lettin' ya know that this event occurred in the past. So don't go planning your day around this one.

WHEN

Mon Dec 03 2012 6:00 PM - 6:30 PM

WHERE

Johnston City Hall
Johnston, IA

WHO

Friends of Beaver Trail Johnston

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Distance - just a meeting or email, man

Johnston has been trying to get a trail along Beaver Drive by Saylorville. The council is meeting Monday Dec 3rd to discuss funding. Please come to 6 pm meeting at city hall. If you can't come, please show your support by emailing the message below to the addresses below. Thanks! Also check out http://www.facebook.com/BeaverTrailJohnston

Please cut and paste the addresses below to send a note to the council, mayor, and city administration. Use my note or make your own. Do it before MONDAY!

psd@nyemaster.com; gerdclabaugh@msn.com; david@thelindemans.com; JohnT-CofJ@q.com; brown4council@gmail.com; tomwcope@msn.com; jsanders@ci.johnston.ia.us; dcubit@ci.johnston.ia.us; jschmitz@cityofjohnston.com

November 30, 2012

Dear Madam Mayor and Johnston Councilmen,

We appreciate your efforts on behalf of residents to provide a trail along Beaver Drive to allow safe travel between neighborhoods and to Johnston. This is an important safety concern and recreational opportunity.

We believe that the trail should be started in the spring of 2013, and should commence with construction of segments A, C, and E as the first phase. This would extend from the northern city limits all the way down to NW 78th Avenue near Stark Armory. This alone would connect Walnut Ridge Park, Lakeview Access, and the spillway/Neal Smith Trail. Additionally, the ends of these segments would be less than ½ mile from Acorn Valley Campground to the north and Hyperion to the south. The cost for completion of these three segments is less than 1/3 of the total price, and would include access for hundreds of families.

The cost projected for Phase One (segments A, C, and E) is $864,169 of which $181,464 in grant funds are available. This would leave only $682,705 to complete what is essentially the bulk of the trail. Building more segments together would save the city money by decreasing contractor and traffic control setup costs, and disrupt less traffic.

We urge you to proceed with trail construction as outlined above, commencing in spring of 2013.

Sincerely,
http://facebook.combeavertrailjohnston/
facebook.combeavertrailjohnston

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Johnston City Hall

6221 Merle Hay Road
Johnston, IA 50131
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Hey, check the facebook page to see the map that I refer to. This is a really important meeting. PLease at LEAST email the mayor and council to tell them how important this is.

#1 - barronbremner posted Nov 30, 2012


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