April 10, 2017, by Markeshia Ricks- "With the first blue sky in days overhead and wind whipping all around, Frank DeLeo shared a vision of trails along the West River and people biking and hiking near the former Pond Lily Dam just a few feet from the hustle and bustle of traffic and parking lots. DeLeo along with about 45 people from both New Haven and Woodbridge gathered at the edge of West River, at the site of the old dam, for an update Saturday on the progress of the river and what is hoped for the future of recreation that would tie the two cities together. The walk, which was sponsored by the West River Watershed Coalition, was the kickoff for a push to get the state Department of Transportation to create at the very least a 10 foot wide multi-use trail that would accommodate bikes and pedestrians from Pond Lily in New Haven to Konolds Pond..." Click HERE to comment and read full article.

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