Title

Article about Brunswick's 2 1/2-mile Androscoggin River Bicycle Path and how it

Authors

Patrick Morris

Source

Down East

Date

1-1-2000

Pages

30-33, 58-60

Abstract

Article about Brunswick's 2 1/2-mile Androscoggin River Bicycle Path and how it came to be. The popular trail, which hosts more walkers and runners than cyclists and is far more popular with townspeople than expected, was shepherded into existence by Thomas Farrell, director of Brunswick's Department of Recreation, and Al Houston, the town's natural resource planner, with the help of the Maine Department of Transportation, the Brunswick Rotary Club, and others. House is now working to develop another network of paths that would connect all the publicly owned land along Brunswick's 12 miles of Androscoggin riverfront.

Subjects

Androscoggin River Bicycle Path Brunswick, Trails

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