Milford Works to Make City Walkable
The New Haven Register reports that sidewalks throughout the city of Milford are being replaced this summer as part of the city's Walkable City Initiative.
According to the article, Mayor Benjamin G. Blake said the focus of the initiative is the make safe pathways throughout the city, specifically around schools, pathways to downtown and the areas near parks and beaches.
To date, work has been done in the Gulf Beach area, Fort Trumbull Beach, Rogers Ave. and Lafayette St., the entrance to Silver Sands State Park on Meadowside Rd. and a section of New Haven Ave. toward downtown Milford.
Mayor Blake said the project that will start in August is Seaside Ave., which will connect the sidewalks from Milford Hospital to Fort Trumbull Beach.
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