A Trinity Project That's Awfully Hard to Argue With -- Right, Jim? Jim?
About a year ago, Mayor Tom debuted a slice of land that'll connect the Katy Trail to the Trinity Strand Trail -- you know, that 7.8-mile-long hike-n-bike that goes from the Katy Trail to the Trinity River Project slated to begin taking shape next year with a projected 2010 finish. But what's taken place over the last 13 months? So glad you asked.
Because before it takes up rezoning in the Cedars, the council's Trinity River Corridor Project Committee will get an update mere moments from now from Shelly White, exec director of the 6-year-old nonprofit Friends of the Trinity Strand Trail. She'll let the peoples see where the Strand stands as of today, with some conceptual renderings (aren't there always?) of what'll be along the old Trinity River route two years from now, give or take. Now, where's my fishin' pole? --Robert Wilonsky
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