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31-Mile Trail Planned for an Atlanta Suburb

The city of Sandy Springs is pleased to note that the planned Sandy Springs Trail will be ten miles longer than the Atlanta Beltline when complete.
November 16, 2019, 1pm PST | James Brasuell | @CasualBrasuell
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"Sandy Springs has adopted a master plan for a trail system that sets the city on course to build a trail network nearly 10 miles longer than the Atlanta BeltLine. The first 7-mile phase is to be built within a decade – sooner if money can be provided," reports David Pendered.

The Sandy Springs City Council approved the Sandy Springs Trail Master Plan in October, and has already included $750,000 in funding for the project in the current budget.

"The entire system is envisioned to span 31.4 miles," explains Pendered. The article includes more details about how the rest of the planned trail could be funded.

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Published on Wednesday, October 30, 2019 in SaportaReport
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