City of Brookhaven to host trail plan meeting
by Neighbor Staff
05:32 PM, Tuesday, May 05
The city of Brookhaven has begun work on its first bicycle, pedestrian and trail plan. This important effort will help develop a vision for a future bicycle, pedestrian and trail network to be enjoyed by all residents and visitors to the city. The...

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