b) A current project timeline
c) Maps of proposed pathways
d) News & information
e) Links to our Facebook page – “LAFF Pathway-Community Page”
f) A resident’s survey on pathways
g) How to get involved
2) A = Argentine
3) F = Fenton
4) F = Fenton Township
5) Other communities interested in connecting with LAFF? Holly, Byron, Tyrone Township, Seven Lakes Department of Natural Resources (DNR) - (a potential 16+ miles of pathway).
A joint resolution from the communities of the City of Linden, Argentine Township, City of Fenton and Fenton Township was approved and signed to support the planning, development and construction of non-motorized trails and pathways within their communities for the the purposes of promoting smart growth and alternate forms of transportation that will create strategic growth, environmental integrity, economic prosperity, and social equality, making all communities in southern Genesee County great places to work, live and play. Resolutions were approved in August and September, 2015.
A resolution request is currently before the Southern Lakes Parks and Recreation Commission for their consideration.
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We accomplished the Fenton Township Board of Trustees approval and support for the resolution!
City of Linden and City of Fenton have already approved it at their council meetings. Argentine Township approved the format and resolution at their last meeting and will approve signing at their meeting on September, 28.
Non-motorized PROPOSED pathway between the City of Linden and City of Fenton is represented in this aerial map provided by Nowak & Fraus Engineers in cooperation with LAFF and the local communities. The pathway runs from near Jennings Road to the west side of Tri-Angle Park in Linden. The pathway is approximately 2 miles long with .6 miles in the City of Fenton, 1.3 miles in Fenton Township and .1 miles in the City of Linden. As always when you see your local representatives to these communities tell them you desire these pathways be built in our southern Genesee County Communities. THANKS.
This map represents the PROPOSED 2.0 mile long non-motorized pathway from Haviland Beach Road at Lobdell Road through the Linden School Campus and along Silver Lake Road to the west city limits of Linden where it will connect to the city's existing sidewalks and bicycle lanes. The plan was provided to us by Flies & VandenBrink Engineering, Inc. in cooperation with Argentine Township. As always if you talk with your local community representatives remind them of the importance of these pathways and your wants and desires for them. THANKS
LAFF Pathway supports the development, funding, construction, safe use and preservation of non-motorized pathways in the Linden, Argentine,