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Walking trails approved in DeKalb’s District 3

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Residents in DeKalb County’s District 3 will soon see improvements to the South River Trail and the Constitution Lakes Nature Trail.

 

The projects were approved on June 10 as a way to get District 3 residents walking in the community and to attract other residents to the district.

 

District 3 Commissioner Larry Johnson, who has been a longtime advocate for health, spearheaded the project. 

 

“Walking is such an integral part of maintaining good health,” said Johnson, who organized “DeKalb Walks…For the Health of It” in 2005. “These projects will be wonderful assets to our community by providing our residents with two additional avenues for staying fit. We look forward to their development.”    

The South River Trail, Phase 1B, project consists of the installation of a 16,100 linear foot, 12 foog

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