Londonderry marks rail trail landmark
The nonprofit group will sponsor a grand-opening celebration on Saturday, Nov. 30, at noon.
Among the event's guest speakers will be Town Manager Kevin Smith, state Sen. Sharon Carson, project manager Bob Rimol, Londonderry Trailways secretary John Daley and representatives from the state Department of Resources and Economic Development and the Londonderry Commerce and Visitors Center.
Work on the rail trail has been under way for the past several years and once completed, the town will have a 6.3-mile paved path for walking, biking and cross-country skiing on the site of the former Manchester-Lawrence railway corridor.
"I hope community members will come out to check out the new trail this month," Rimol said. "This is their trail, and we want to thank everyone who made this possible and enjoy celebrating together."
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