People can get information about a proposed state recreation trail that would wind past the some of the Milwaukee area's biggest attractions during a public information session from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Sept. 16 in West Allis.
Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources officials will discuss design and development details for the Hank Aaron State Trail, which runs from Miller Park to 94th Place. Development of the corridor is planned for 2010. A new bicycle and pedestrian bridge is planned for the crossing of Hawley Road. The path would also make its way past the National Soldiers Home, State Fair Park and the Pettit National Ice Center.
Using an open-house format, members of the public can stop in anytime during the two-hour session at West Allis City Hall, 7600 W. Greenfield Ave. to review project displays or ask questions. A brief presentation on the project is scheduled for 5:15 p.m.
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