Lake George Road Multi-Use Path officially opens

Press release

On Friday, September 30, 2016 under stunning blue skies, the Mammoth Lakes Town Council officially opened the Lake George Road MUP and pedestrian bridge.

Council member Bill Sauser, Public Works Director Grady Dutton, Council member Cleland Hoff, Mayor Shields Richardson, Engineering Manager Haislip Hayes, Mayor Pro Tem John Wentworth, Assistant Engineer Jamie Robertson, Town Manager Dan Holler, Council member Colin Fernie and Administrative Services and Finance Director Rob Patterson.

Council member Bill Sauser, Public Works Director Grady Dutton, Council member Cleland Hoff, Mayor Shields Richardson, Engineering Manager Haislip Hayes, Mayor Pro Tem John Wentworth, Assistant Engineer Jamie Robertson, Town Manager Dan Holler, Council member Colin Fernie and Administrative Services and Finance Director Rob Patterson.

This $800,000 summer project in the Lakes Basin was funded by Federal Transit Authority Paul S. Sarbanes grants and was performed by Herback General Engineering.

The 1,765 feet multi-use path originates at the corner of Lake Mary Road and Pokonobe Lodge and ends at Lake George Road after users cross the 50 foot pedestrian bridge with spectacular views of Lake Mary.

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Additional improvements include ADA ramps and access improvements, wayfinding signage, minor drainage work, and associated work.

The Town thanks the many visitors of the Lakes Basin for their patience and understanding during the construction of this new recreational amenity in the Lakes Basin.

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One Response to Lake George Road Multi-Use Path officially opens

  1. Tinner October 4, 2016 at 6:49 pm #

    Expensive but money well spent!

     

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