Manhattan Parks and Rec official previews upcoming trail projects

Work will soon begin on a number of trails throughout Manhattan.
Manhattan Parks and Rec assistant director Wyatt Thompson says they will start repairing and paving trails and a parking lot in Anneberg Park in early August as a result of the 2018 Wildcat Creek Flood.
According to Thompson, this project will also include clearing out debris from Jerry Dishman Lake.
Another project set to begin in the next couple weeks will involve improvements to Clarenburg Trail in City Park.
A third project, which Thompson says is still in the planning stages, involves the installation of a multi-use trail along Hayes Drive from Casement Rd. to McCall Rd.
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