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May 20, 2013

Volunteers sought to advise on bike and walk plan


The first step is to meet with the 15 communities involved, compile the data collected and revise the maps. Then representatives from each town will discuss the data, the goals and objectives and how to prioritize projects and programs on a regional basis. A date to meet with the Rowley group was not yet set, but Goodrich said that she hopes to have the whole project completed by January 2014.

Said O’Leary, “the first step is the most important one -- encouraging people to become involved.” Those interested in providing input for the Bicycle & Pedestrian Plan for the town should contact O’Leary at or 978-948-5549.

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