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2019-01-02 14:47:52 -0500
Hello: I am Dan Predpall, Chair of the Greensboro Planning Commission. We are writing a Better Connections Grant application with Hardwick. This is a planning grant for evaluating the rail trail route between East Hardwick and Greensboro Bend, and looking at possible facilities that could be built with the trail, such as restrooms, parking facilities, café, bike shop, etc. We want to use this grant as a stepping stone to raising funds to design and construct to rail trail between Hardwick and Greensboro. We would appreciate if you could write a Letter of Support for this grant. It should be addressed to Richard Amore, Agency of Commerce and Community Development. You can send the letter to me at email@example.com. Thank you for your help!
2018-10-19 20:59:39 -0400
hello and thanks for the food and conversation last night.
i would like to learn a bit more and explore ways to organize some fundraising.
let me know who best to speak with and how to contact.
2018-08-03 14:21:05 -0400
Donna, did you know there is a parade in Danville this weekend and they are doing a float about users of the
Please contact Keith at the town of Danville for questions. Cindy Locke is out of town; please don’t contact her.
Does someone monitor this website ?
2018-07-21 17:34:57 -0400
Is there an mailing address where I can send you a check?
2018-05-27 21:53:57 -0400
It was sad to see graffiti on the bridge between Hyde Park and Johnson today. Up until now it seemed people were respecting the trail. I’m sure there is no single answer to avoiding vandalism like this, but I do have a suggestion that might be one component of a more comprehensive plan. I was a trail ambassador on the Schuylkill River Trail in Pennsylvania. We were volunteers who used the trail. We kept an eye on things, passing info on to the local police departments when we saw vandalism or other issues. We were a safety presence for some. We educated folks on trail etiquette, trail rules and laws and safety. I bicycled a fairly substantial length of the trail near my home. I snapped photos of private property vandalism, broken glass, vandalized bollards, trail damage, etc. I rode along with a walker who was uneasy about being alone on the trail. I reminded cyclists about child helmet laws, heeding trail closures, and more. If anyone would like to discuss such a program for the
, I would be happy to meet with them.
2018-05-21 21:26:24 -0400
We would like to ride from West Danville to Saint Johnsbury but not a two-way trip. Do you know if there’s anyone who can transport bicycles and people from one end of the trail to the other for a fee? We would also like to stay overnight at one end of the trail or the other. We can find places to stay but no idea about transportation. I expect this will happen in other sections of the trail that exist now and in the future. We found this kind of shuttle Service when we hike the long trail.
2018-04-04 16:19:25 -0400
Hi there! We have a cycling charity event coming up in August and I was wondering if it was applicable to get posted to your event calendar. Below is the information:
Formerly the Harpoon Point to Point, the Point to Point, powered by
, is a fundraising event that benefits the Vermont Foodbank. The event includes cycling (riding) and running options. Riding options include 100-, 50-, and 25- mile road rides and a 20- and 10-mile trail bike ride. New this year, the Point to Point includes a half marathon.
: August 11, 2018
: Mount Ascutney
400 Ski Tow Road
Brownsville, VT 05037
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2017-08-18 12:46:10 -0400