News & Public Notices
Meeting to explore possible trail along West Branch of the Little Cat Creek
November 12, 2014 -
Residents are invited to a public meeting exploring a possible pedestrian trail along the West Branch of the Little Cataraqui Creek between Days and Bath Roads.
The meeting is set for 7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 26 in Reddendale Hall at Centre 70, 100 Days Road.
At the meeting, the MMM Group and the City will present a feasibility study that looks at the proposed alignment and conceptual design of a possible trail along the West Branch of the Little Cataraqui Creek. The feasibility study also contains a suggested action plan for the implementation of the trail and proposed strategies for providing and improving public access along the creek.
The feasibility study will be posted for public input on the City's website at www.CityofKingston.ca/getinvolved following the meeting. Feedback will be accepted until December 12.
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