Public meeting on Lackawanna River Trail and Greenway

Events — By on June 12, 2009 at 11:17 am

Lackawanna Heritage Valley AuthorityThe Lackawanna Heritage Valley Authority (LHVA) will hold a Public Information Meeting about the Lackawanna River Heritage Trail and the Lackawanna Greenway on Tuesday, June 30, at 6:30 p.m. at Steamtown National Historic Site.

The public is invited to come and view maps and displays of trail routes for undeveloped sections of the Lackawanna River Heritage Trail and guide the trail’s future development.

During the meeting which is geared for individuals who enjoy using trails and parks for walking, jogging, cycling, fitness activities, socializing, and family outings, participants will break into smaller groups to give their input on the development of both the Lackawanna River Heritage Trail and the Lackawanna Greenway.

The Lackawanna River Heritage Trail, a forty-mile long multi-purpose trail that follows the Lackawanna River from Union Dale to the river’s confluence with the Susquehanna River at Duryea and Pittston, is the main trail in the Lackawanna Greenway – a system of parks, trails, open space, and preserved land in the Lackawanna Valley.

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