Monday, May 30, 2005

"Trail of Fears" battle in Lake Forest Park

There is a big battle over the popular Burke-Gilman Trail, which traverses Lake Forest Park near Lake Washington from NE 145 St. to Logboom Park at the north end of Lake Washington, less than 3 miles in length. This section is in bad shape and the LFP City Council has resisted the efforts of King County to repair and improve it. Even though LFP is an incorporated city the trail is a County park. I posted the full story at Sound Politics.com. Comments started arriving within 10 minutes.

3 comments:

tradersmith said...

From my standpoint, I am a big believer that the small the government, the more democratic it is.

That is, until I see things like this. On the one hand, the elected officials are heeding their constituency, but again, it is so trite.

Its neighbor, Kenmore, is not much better, BTW.

Sometimes, also, these drainage rules to save the salmon are ridiculous. How did our country ever get developed?

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