Images courtesy South Shore Blueway Trail
The draft plan for a new waterways trail to comprise the western bays of the South Shore of Long Island, New York, has been released for public review and comment.
The South Shore Blueway Draft Plan public release marks the final stage in a region-wide, community planning effort to establish a water trail for nonmotorized boats on Nassau County’s south shore.
The plan is a blueprint for the development, implementation, maintenance and use of the South Shore Blueway Trail, and identifies access points and gaps where further water access is needed to complete the trail.
The draft plan can be viewed at the South Shore Blueway website.
Village of Freeport, Public Relations : Email or call (516) 377-2246
Going Coastal, Inc., email Barbara La Rocco
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