Public Input on Trails at Dayton Workshop
Non-motorized trails plan covering three counties is expected to be completed in May 2018
Photo by Michele Smith Around 100 people attended the Blue Mountain Regional Trails – Ridges, Towns, and Rivers meeting at the Best Western Hotel in Dayton last week. The purpose of the meeting was to seek public input into identifying region-wide, non-motorized trails, and to help create a plan for a transportation network going from Dayton, to Burbank.
DAYTON-Last week, the conference room at the Best Western Hotel in Dayton was packed, for the first of a series of public workshops hosted by the Blue Mountain Regional Trails – Ridges, Towns, and Rivers organization.
Work is underway to establish a non-motorized trails plan for walking, biking, hiking, and horseback riding, that would include all of Columbia and Walla Walla counties, and northeast Umatilla County.
Representatives from the City of Dayton and Columbia County Planning Departments, the Port of Columbia, Washington State Parks, Columbia County Health System, Columbia County...
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