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Old 07-31-2021, 11:25 AM   #1
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Inez trail in Thrall Dam Park

Last winter we went on several snowshoe hikes on the Inez trail in Thrall Dam Park, off US9 in Lewis and noticed that although it crosses Burpee Brook on the map, there is no bridge. However, there are sections of a bridge stacked up next to the future crossing.
Today, I went back to the same location and noticed a lot of tire and tracker tread marks on part of the trail down to the crossing, but the bridge sections hadn't been moved. However, there were new concrete footings for that bridge, so progress is being made.
My questions are: Who is doing this? and When will it be completed?
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Old 08-04-2021, 11:27 AM   #2
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It looks like the Town of Lewis is responsible for the work, but I'm not sure who is actually doing the work. There are Facebook groups for both Lewis and Etown, where I've seen updates about Thrall Dam in the past, but I don't recall having seen anything lately. Lewis Supervisor Jim Monty would be a good person to contact if you were so inclined.
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