Handicap Accessible South Park Bridge Dedicated

Mayor Dave Kinskey, standing with Jeff Mock of RENEW and Bruce Pryde, speaks to the crowd Tuesday morning during South Park bridge dedication near RENEW. The bridge meets ADA standards as handicap accessible, and connects 13 miles of pathway in town. (Brad Estes)
Mayor Dave Kinskey, standing with Jeff Mock of RENEW and Bruce Pryde, speaks to the crowd Tuesday morning during South Park bridge dedication near RENEW. The bridge meets ADA standards as handicap accessible, and connects 13 miles of pathway in town. (Brad Estes)

About 30 people attended a ribbon cutting ceremony and dedication for the south park bridge and pathway connection Tuesday morning outside RENEW on South Sheridan Avenue. Bruce Pryde Park Committee Chairman.

Pryde tells us that pathway extension in town will continue, as they will travel further north and south this summer.

Mayor Dave Kinskey and former mayor Jim Wilson each addressed the crowd, thanking those who played a role in the project. Read more through this link.

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