Tuesday, January 16, 2007

Suisun City may seek grant for bike path, landscaping

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By Daily Republic staff

SUISUN CITY - The Suisun City Council will discuss applying for state grant funds to build a bicycle path along McCoy Creek and rehabilitate the landscaping along the Walters Road bike path at its next meeting.

The council meets at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the Suisun City Council chamber at 701 Civic Center Blvd. to vote on applying for money from the California River Parkways Grant Program.

The proposed 10-foot-wide bike path along the west side of McCoy Creek from Pintail Drive to Railroad Avenue doubles the length of the existing McCoy Creek bike trail. This is expected to cost $540,000 to complete.

Suisun City also wants to get $250,000 to fix up the landscaping along the portion of the Central County Bikeway that runs along Walters Road from Scandia Road to East Tabor Boulevard.

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