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  • Fresno Mayor Ashley Swearengin announces Midtown Trail project

    Fresno Mayor Ashley Swearengin on Monday announced the start of the Midtown Trail project, which will run from Shields and Blackstone avenues to Millbrook, south to McKinley Avenue and east to Clovis Avenue, connecting with the Clovis Old Town Trail and then on to the Sugar Pine Trail in north Fresno.

Fresno Mayor Ashley Swearengin on Monday announced the start of the Midtown Trail project, which will run from Shields and Blackstone avenues to Millbrook, south to McKinley Avenue and east to Clovis Avenue, connecting with the Clovis Old Town Trail and then on to the Sugar Pine Trail in north Fresno. rsyed@fresnobee.com
Fresno Mayor Ashley Swearengin on Monday announced the start of the Midtown Trail project, which will run from Shields and Blackstone avenues to Millbrook, south to McKinley Avenue and east to Clovis Avenue, connecting with the Clovis Old Town Trail and then on to the Sugar Pine Trail in north Fresno. rsyed@fresnobee.com

Project starts to connect Fresno and Clovis trails

June 13, 2016 6:08 PM