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Wednesday, June 25, 2008
7:30 PM - 10:00 PM

Big Creek Trail and Neighborhood Connector Plan Public Meeting

Big Creek Trail and Neighborhood Connector Plan Public Meeting

The City of Brooklyn and project partners are seeking public input on the Big Creek Trail and Neighborhood Connector Plan. The study will develop preferred alignments for a three mile all-purpose trail expansion through the city that will seek to connect the Metroparks Zoo and Brookside Reservation to the Big Creek Reservation south of Brookpark Road. It will examine connecting parks, neighborhoods, civic and commercial areas throughout the city while identifying opportunities for interpretive exhibits and ecological restoration. The $75,000 study is being funded by a $60,000 Federal Transportation for Livable Communities Initiative grant program administered through the Northeast Ohio Coordinating Agency with local matches from the cities of Brooklyn, Cleveland and Parma, Cleveland Metroparks, and Friends of Big Creek. The meeting starts at 6:30 PM at Brooklyn City Hall, 7619 Memphis Avenue. For more information contact Donna Thompson, City of Brooklyn at 216-635-4224 or visit < www.friendsofbigcreek.org >.

Big Creek Trail and Neighborhood Connector PlanPublic MeetingWednesday, June 25th6:30 pm

Brooklyn City Hall7619 Memphis AvenueBrooklyn, Ohio 44144

Big Creek Trail and Neighborhood Connector Plan Public Meeting The City of Brooklyn and project partners are seeking public input on the Big Creek Trail and Neighborhood Connector Plan. The study will develop preferred alignments for a three mile all-purpose trail expansion through the city that will seek to connect the Metroparks Zoo and Brookside Reservation to the Big Creek Reservation south of Brookpark Road. It will examine connecting parks, neighborhoods, civic and commercial areas throughout the city while identifying opportunities for interpretive exhibits and ecological restoration. The $75,000 study is being funded by a $60,000 Federal Transportation for Livable Communities Initiative grant program administered through the Northeast Ohio Coordinating Agency with local matches from the cities of Brooklyn, Cleveland and Parma, Cleveland Metroparks, and Friends of Big Creek. The meeting starts at 6:30 PM at Brooklyn City Hall, 7619 Memphis Avenue. For more information contact Donna Thompson, City of Brooklyn at 216-635-4224 or visit < www.friendsofbigcreek.org >. Big Creek Trail and Neighborhood Connector PlanPublic MeetingWednesday, June 25th6:30 pm Brooklyn City Hall7619 Memphis AvenueBrooklyn, Ohio 44144

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