2 miles of Burke-Gilman Trail will close for fix

Thursday, November 4, 2010

From our NewsPartner, the Seattle Times. a story about the renovation of LFP's section of the Burke Gilman Trail

A two-mile portion of one of the oldest and narrowest sections of the Burke-Gilman Trail, through Lake Forest Park, will be closed for up to six months next spring while King County makes safety improvements and repairs to the popular pathway.
The section to be closed stretches from Northeast 145th Street to Log Boom Park in Kenmore.
Because the corridor is so narrow, it will be closed to all users, according to the county.
The rest of the story here


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