Richard Scott, 81, of Clovis, takes a morning walk along the dirt trail on the northern bank of the Herndon Canal along Shields Avenue between Fresno and First streets in Fresno. City Hall will soon begin designing the first segment of the Bankside Trail, an improved walkway/bicycle path along the Herndon Canal that goes through central Fresno.
Richard Scott, 81, of Clovis, takes a morning walk along the dirt trail on the northern bank of the Herndon Canal along Shields Avenue between Fresno and First streets in Fresno. City Hall will soon begin designing the first segment of the Bankside Trail, an improved walkway/bicycle path along the Herndon Canal that goes through central Fresno. SILVIA FLORES sflores@fresnobee.com
Richard Scott, 81, of Clovis, takes a morning walk along the dirt trail on the northern bank of the Herndon Canal along Shields Avenue between Fresno and First streets in Fresno. City Hall will soon begin designing the first segment of the Bankside Trail, an improved walkway/bicycle path along the Herndon Canal that goes through central Fresno. SILVIA FLORES sflores@fresnobee.com
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October 02, 2015 6:00 AM

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George Hostetter, a Fresno Bee reporter since 1987, knows Fresno and the trappings of its government from the top of his hat to the tip of his shoes, which he wore out with round trips between the office and City Hall. George retired from The Bee in October 2015. Twitter: @georgehostetter.

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