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October 19, 2006

Rail Trail Possible in La Habra, CA

According to a brief report yesterday, by Jaimee Lynn Fletcher, of the OC Register, the city of La Habra intends to  apply for a grant to study a possible Bike Path along the Union Pacific Railroad Corridor, crossing the entire city.

This route, according to my Thomas Guide, stretches from Valley Home Ave., between Story Ave. and Wilshire Ave,, on the west side of town, crossing Beach Blvd., Euclid Ave., and Harbor Blvd., before leaving town at Lambert Rd., between Harbor and Palm St..

The city is soliciting letters of support, which can be sent to an Engineering Inspector, in the Public Works Dept.:

Chuck Stephan

201 E. La Habra Blvd.

La Habra, Ca. 90631

I will see what more I can learn about this story, and visit the proposed route for a future report.

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