Rail Trail Committee Report to the Town

Published August 29, 2006 | Rail Trail Conversion Advisory Committee | Automatically Archived on 9/15/2006

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On Thursday, September 14, 2006, the Town of Sudbury’s Rail Trail Conversion Advisory Committee RTCAC will update the Town on what the Committee has done since it was established two years ago. The meeting will take place in Town Hall starting at 7:30 pm. The meeting will begin with brief overviews of the subjects to be covered in the following poster presentations. After these overviews, attendees can circulate among the poster presentations until 9:00 pm. The focus of the meeting will be the Bruce Freeman Rail Trail that is proposed to run north-south through Sudbury. Topics to be covered include maps of the proposed rail trail, the process of rail trail development in Sudbury and other towns, a summary of the responses to a survey sent out by the RTCAC, and studies that have been done of existing rail trails. At the meeting, the RTCAC will welcome written comments from attendees. The firm of Fay, Spofford and Thorndike along with subcontractor Wetlands and Wildlife are carrying out a Sudbury Bruce Freeman Rail Trail Engineering and Environmental Assessment under contract to the Town of Sudbury. These firms will report their findings to the Town on Thursday, November 16, 2006.