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TO SAVE THE LAUREL HIGHLANDS HIKING TRAIL/SNOWMOBILE TRAIL BRIDGE CROSSING OVER THE PENNSYLVANIA TURNPIKE BETWEEN DONEGAL AND SOMERSET EXITS

1,751 Signatures Goal: 5,000

The Laurel Highlands Hiking Trail/Snowmobile Trail Bridge over the Pennsylvania Turnpike has been part of the current trail system for more than 30 years and is critical for the trail system to be complete. This bridge has been closed indefinitely due to structural deficiencies resulting in unsafe conditions.

 Please support the repair or replacement of this bridge so outdoor enthusiasts may continue to have full use of the trails. The closure of this bridge limits tourism and greatly impacts local businesses and the economy in this region.

 This petition will be sent to the DCNR, Governor Rendell, Richard A. Kasunic (Senator), Mike Reese (Representative) and Carl Walker Metzgar (Representative).

Sponsor

Laurel Highlands Snowmobile Club Rolling Ridge Snowmobile Club Maple Summit Snowmobile Club

Links


www.lhsc.net

www.rollingridgeclub.org

www.maplesummitsnowmobileclub.com

 

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