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Rail trail panel named

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The Board of Selectmen recently named the seven members of a new panel that will help the town pursue the creation of a recreational rail trail. Appointed to the Transportation Alternatives Program Committee were Don Cybulski, Kathy Ebert-Zawasky, Denny Goodrich, Scott Holman, Karen Kenter-Potty, Linda Kollett, and Sandra Ollerhead. These people were part of an informal group of residents who had been meeting for six months to explore how the town could create a multi-use recreational trail along an abandoned rail bed in town, according to Town Manager Michael Yunits. He said the new committee will now continue that work, noting that as a municipal body it will have the opportunity to apply for grants.

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