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Bike path to Manatee Springs in the works

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By Mark Scohier, Staff writer

Traveling to Manatee Springs State Park by bike or foot is soon to become a whole lot safer.

In October, the Florida Department of Transportation will begin accepting bids for the construction of two five-mile-long paths along both sides of State Road 320 leading to the springs, according to FDOT Public Information Director Gina Busscher.

She said the project, which will connect with Chiefland’s existing nature trail, will cost about $2.5 million and will be paid for out of the 2009 federal economic stimulus plan.


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