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WBW Statement on Draft Parks Recreation and Open Space (PROS) Plan

Statement on draft PROS plan
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Ann Arbor is close to adopting a new parks plan. (parks section of the city's website) City Council meets this Monday, January 9, to hold a public hearing and vote on the PROS plan In the new draft, they've removed the four Huron River Greenway maps that were in the 2016 parks plan (pages 125-128 of the 2016 plan, which is likewise on the website). It would be most unfortunate for those maps to be removed, because they show the planned trail system in the river valley. To send comments or suggestions to all of the Council members and the mayor, you should email: These maps show important projects that have been planned for decades. Though some of these projects may not be feasible in the short term, many are feasible now and are vital to system connectivity. The link to the Border to Border Trail site on page 123 of the draft and the overview map on page 124 are not an adequate substitute. The portions of those maps showing Ann Arbor are incomplete and inaccurate and lack important long-planned trails, including Border to Border Trail segments where there are currently annoying and treacherous gaps in the trail. Walk Bike Washtenaw Board of Directors


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