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MassTrails Awards Lynnfield $200,000 grant for FY 2023!
Award is one of 68 high priority trail projects across the State.
The Lynnfield Rail Trail has been awarded a 2023 MassTrails Grant in the amount of $200,000. It is one of 68 FY 2023 projects receiving a total of $11.2 million in state funding. The announcement was formally made at a ceremony on June 14.
Among Lynnfield attendees present to receive the award were Lynnfield Town Engineer Lisa DeMeo, and dedicated Friends of the Lynnfield Rail Trail: Vincent Inglese (President), Richard Kosian and Ken MacNulty.
Thank you to the collaboration of the Mass Trails program, Mass DOT, MA DCR, the Healy-Driscoll Administration and our town and state officials for their support in this effort.
Also pictured in photo :Commissioner Brian Arrigo - Mass. Department of Conservation & Recreation (DCR).
Friends of the Lynnfield Rail Trail, Inc.
a Non-Profit Organization to help this initiative become a reality.
Tax-exempt under IRC Section 501 (c) (3).
Donations are tax deductible.
Click here: http://www.lynnfieldrailtrail.org/donate.html
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Hear Lynnfield Resident and abutter to the proposed Rail Trail ,Tom Grilk, talk about why he welcomes the Rail Trail behind his backyard.
- 5 min video.( A segment of the Lynnfield Rail Trail Forum- March 2017).
Lynnfield Rail Trail
Incredible aerial video of Reedy Meadow