Grand Ledge walkers, runner and bikers are just a year away from being able to utilize an extended non-motorized path.
According to excerpts from the article:
Even though the route is not finalized, the City of Grand Ledge has put out a request for proposal for the design and construction engineering to extend the city's "wide walk" from its current terminus at the corner of Saginaw and Hartel to connect with the river walk in Jaycee Park.
The 10-foot wide walkway, officially known as a non-motorized pathway, is the fourth walkway built by the city, and will add nearly two-thirds of a mile to the city's existing pedestrian paths.
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