After tabling the issue last month, Village Council on Monday unanimously voted not to pursue a $50,000 state grant to continue the second phase of the greenway. That decision, in effect, stalls the project indefinitely.
Council members said, after listening to public input, that the route needs to be better researched and defined.
Prior to the public trolley tour, neighbors had tied ribbons around trees that would likely be cut down to make way for the 10-foot path along village-owned rights of way. They also laid yellow ribbon on the ground in places to outline the footprint of the path.
Village President Bill Filber said he appreciated all of the public comment regarding the second phase of the multi-purpose path.
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