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November 18, 2009


Kirt Manecke

Don't make the same mistake Milford made. They had many inexperienced people, anxious to put in a paved path, and they needlessly destroyed natural areas and trees by making the trail MUCH wider than needed.

I suggest anyone involved in this Highland project take a trip to MN to see how they fit trails into the environment, and use hard packed slag stone rather then pavement to protect waterways from storm water run off pollution and to preserve rural character. Milford's trail system resembled a highway when it was implemented. And the last thing the beautiful Highland State Rec. Area needs is a suburban paved trail. Make it slag.

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