Letter by Tom DiGiacomo, Orangevale–
[RE: $10.4 million in funding approved for new 2.9-mile trail in Citrus Heights; Aug. 18th] The trail project was approved, but Councilman Bret Daniels suggested a major point that will keep project within budget. Bret said the trail out of Tempo Park can be diverted down Fair Oaks Boulevard to Woodmore Oaks Drive, (rather) than to cross Fair Oaks Boulevard and go through Sundance Park.
That means not having to build a controversial bridge and not having to send the trail down Highwood Way with blind turns, congestion, dark at night, dangerous! Added the four-way controversy stop at intersection.
What does Citrus Heights Planning do with that suggestion, which makes most sense?
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By Tom DiGiacomo-- The trail project was approved, but Councilman Bret Daniels suggested a major point that will keep project within budget.
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