$90k donation moves Salem bike path closer to reality
On Monday night, selectmen accepted a $90,000 donation toward the proposed $1.1 million project from the Friends of the Salem Bike/Ped Corridor. The group has been raising the money that will be used to pay for the town’s 25 percent portion of the cost of the project.
Earlier this month, selectmen approved extending the deadline to raise those matching funds to the end of July.
Selectman Everett McBride thanked Topham and Friends member Linda Harvey for the hard work the group has done in making the bike and pedestrian path a reality.
From there, the path will continue on the side of the rail bed away from Route 28 for a portion of the way to the Old Rockingham Road intersection.
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