The Friends of Belmont Community Path
The Belmont Citizens Forum would like to notify you that Philip Lawrence, Kate Bowen, Duane Bronson, Jarrod Goentzel, George Kokoros and Kim Slack have formed “The Friends of Belmont Community Path Google Group.”
The Friends of Belmont Community Path Google Group will be used to communicate activities for and items of interest to supporters of the Belmont Community Path. The goals of the Friends of the Belmont Community Path will be to provide outreach to the community regarding the path, to deliver appropriate input to the Belmont Board of Selectmen regarding community support for the path, and ultimately to raise money for the path if it moves forward.
To join the group go the Friends of the Community Path Google Group page and click on the “Apply to Group” button.
To email the group (without joining), use this email address: friends-of-belmont-community-
Bike enthusiasts can also converse at ‘Bike Belmont’ on Facebook.
Also consider commenting on the December 1 Boston Globe article Belmont Seeks Best Option for Rail Trail.
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