Pedestrians, bicyclists prohibited from accessing new trail through Wallingford condo complex (CT)

As excitement mounts over the new stretch of linear trail recently unveiled at Firework Island, some condo owners are upset pedestrians and bicyclists are violating the law by passing through their property. Town officials hope a solution can be reached with the condo association, otherwise a second bridge and trail extension will need to be constructed before pedestrians will have access to the trail from Main Street.     Read the article…………


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