Canton Appeals for State Grant to Extend Bike Path

Agency - State Department of Energy and Environmental Protection

Canton Township is seeking for a state grant approval of $290,962 to pay for the costs of extending a bike trail.


The grant is funded by the state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection. If approved, the grant would be used to develop an on- and off-road bike route that links to an existing route in Simsbury.


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