The Honorable Mayor Nancy Harris of the City of Duluth, along with the Parks and Recreation and City Planning departments, celebrated the ribbon cutting ceremony for the Rogers Bridge Greenway Trail on February 3. The City entitled the project “the beginning of great things to come” since this project is the first phase in a two-mile trail along the Chattahoochee River that will eventually connect two national recreation areas. The project was made possible by funds from the Department of Natural Resources through their Recreational Trails Program. The consulting firms of Bron Cleveland Associates and Pond & Company, who assisted the City throughout the project, joined in the celebration of another great step for the City of Duluth in its effort for providing their citizens with an exemplary “healthy community.”
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