THANK YOU for your support!
We are happy to report that the Linden City Council voted unanimously to support a $15,000 commitment towards the TAP grant match. Lynn Markland, City of Fenton Manager and Vince Paris, Executive Director, Southern Lakes Parks and Recreation (SLPR) made a wonderful presentation and did a great job answering questions from the council members.
But there is still more work to do! WE NEED YOU!!
The City of Fenton in conjunction with Southern Lakes Parks & Recreation, Fenton Township, the City of Linden and the LAFF Pathway organization are set to apply for County, State & Federal TAP (Transportation Alternatives Programs) grants.
$108,000 locally raised dollars could get $732,000 grant dollars!
LAFF Pathway $48,000
Southern Lakes Parks & Rec$15,000
City of Fenton $15,000
City of Linden $15,000
Total so far: $93,000
Only $15,000 more to go! Sounds like a lot? It's actually only $5,000 per year over the next 3 years for the remaining municipality.
The remaining entity expected to contribute to meet the local match requirements:
Fenton Township - TBA - Fenton Township Hall (lower level), 12060 Mantawauka Drive, Fenton.
Please stay up-to-date as LAFF Pathway progresses!
LET’S PUT IT ON THE GROUND
All donations help make LAFF Pathway a reality. Please consider making a direct donation via the link below!
LAFF Pathway supports the development, funding, construction, safe use and preservation of non-motorized pathways in the Linden, Argentine,