Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Support the Wood River Trail bike path

    After nearly 30 years of heavy use, the Wood River Trail bike path is nearing the end of its life span. Unless we act now, it will deteriorate, costing us far more in the future.
    On May 21, we have the opportunity to vote on a two-year levy to repave and reconstruct the Wood River Trail to ensure another 30 years of biking, running and healthy recreation for our community.    
    We consider our quality of life to be the bedrock of what lures people here and what keeps them here. The Wood River Trail is a vital part of our local infrastructure and ought to be properly maintained and repaired as much as our airport, our highways, our hospitals and Bald Mountain.  
    The Wood River Economic Partnership (WREP) works to make our local economy better through business advocacy on crucial community issues.  Maintaining this important transportation and recreation asset certainly qualifies as an important economic and quality of life issue. If all of us pitch in a little, we gain a lot.
    Please join WREP in supporting this important campaign.  Detailed information is available at  HYPERLINK ""
Doug Brown
Wood River Economic Partnership

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