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Walking Paths Top Plymouth Agenda

Walking Paths Top Plymouth Agenda

Walking paths were the central topic at the Plymouth Council meeting last night.  The Council awarded an engineering contract for the design and construction of a new walking path to connect the Shenandoah Charter School to Main Street Plymouth.  The new sidewalk will run along Shenandoah/Fiddletown Road and be paid for with a school safety grant.  However a proposal for a walking path to connect the Hawksview Subdivision with downtown had a tougher time before the Council.  The current proposed pathway runs through the City Cemetery and Council members voiced several concerns over the project, with Council-member Sandy Kyle being most outspoken in his opposition.   The Council also voted to approve an update to the city's water mitigation fees, which pay for future infrastructure by collecting fees on new construction.  Discussion of the fee update has dragged on for four different Council meetings before reaching approval last night.  Finally the Council approved $5,000 of support for the second annual Mother Lode Highland Games, to be held at the Fairgrounds on June 9th and 10th next year.


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