The latest proposals to extend a multi-state rails-to-trails path through town will be discussed Wednesday at a public meeting at the high school.
The meeting will discuss closing the so-called “Plainville Gap,” the largest break in Connecticut’s portion of the 84-mile Farmington Canal Heritage Trail that will link New Haven with Northampton Mass., when it’s done.
“We will present our revised preliminary preferred alignment to people for feedback,” said Tim Malone of the Gap Study Group. “Our goal is to evaluate what people say as we work to come up with a final recommendation.”
The meeting is scheduled for 6 to 8 p.m. Oct. 18 in the Plainville High School...