Thanks to those who visited us at Pennington Day

February 9, 2011 by  
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Thanks to everyone who stopped by our booth at Pennington Day and showed their support for the trail!

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GEOCACHING ON THE LHT

February 9, 2011 by  
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Did you realize that there are more than 50 geocaching sites in Hopewell alone? And ther are more than a dozen along or proximate to the Lawrence Hopewell Trail. To see where they are, follow the link below. http://www.geocaching.com/map/default.aspx?lat=40.40918&lng=-74.78599  What is geocaching? To find out more, check it out on Wikipedia or: www.geocaching.com  And don’t […]

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LAWRENCE TOWNSHIP COUNCIL UNANIMOUSLY APPROVES TRAIL PLAN FOR CARSON ROAD WOODS

February 9, 2011 by  
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With a unanimous vote, the Lawrence Township Council approved the plan to build an important section of the Lawrence Hopewell Trail (LHT) in the Carson Road Woods Park. Last month’s decision caps eight years of discussions with neighborhood organizations about the details and location of the trail. A 186-acre public park owned by Lawrence Township, […]

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FAQ on the Lawrence Hopewell Trail

February 9, 2011 by  
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January 24, 2011 The Lawrence Hopewell Trail is on the move and over 60% complete and accessible now. Our goal is to have the main trail loop linking Lawrence and Hopewell Townships completed by 2012, our 10th anniversary.  The trail offers safe, off-road access for kids, families, bicyclists, joggers, hikers and commuters who want to […]

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LH Trail requests Hopewell Open Space funds for 3 remaining trail segments in Hopewell

February 9, 2011 by  
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“If Hopewell Township approves this request and finances it as they have previous open space projects, with a small ‘down payment,’ they will help create an asset that will pay dividends to our community for decades to come.”

“We also hope the Township Committee recognizes that this project is distinctly different than other open space projects, as it provides residents access to many hundreds of acres of preserved land paid for with taxpayer dollars,” Taylor continued. “That is consistent with state policy, county policy and the Hopewell Township Master Plan, and we think it just makes common sense.”

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