Hanover committee wants feedback on sidewalks, bike paths
"What we're hoping is to find out what people think the town should be doing, what additional areas are there," said chairman Scot Drysdale.
Input from the public would help the committee prioritize its goals.
The committee would like to see more sidewalks where there is room and where it is appropriate, he said. "There are sidewalks in much of Hanover. There are places where we think we need more sidewalks and are lobbying for them."
"Walking and biking are important ways to get a round and they should be given as much consideration as cars," he said.
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