Alex Young

River Trail Phase I Passes Rhinelander Committee Hurdle

Mar 4, 2015
MSA Professional Services

The city of Rhinelander’s finance committee has signed off on a plan for building the first part of a nonmotorized trail near the Pelican River.

The committee agreed to put forward about $130,000  if matching grant money comes in.

Council member Alex Young says the a ten-foot wide paved trail would connect hotels along Kemp Street, the Chamber of Commerce, and the new boat landing on Boyce Drive.

A Rhinelander city council member will testify before an Assembly committee today on a bill that could have a large impact on city taxpayers.