City to consider bike trail contribution

 

Just 3.6 miles of the Simon Kenton Bike Trail will be left to chip seal after a project to cover 7.8 miles of gravel bike path is completed this year, and the Bellefontaine City Council’s Finance Committee is mulling over the idea of contributing to the project.

crisp oath

 

Mayor Ben Stahler, left, administered a firefighter’s oath Tuesday for Lucas Crisp, who started with the Bellefontaine Fire and EMS Department today. EXAMINER PHOTO | JOEL E. MAST


Mayor Ben Stahler brought up the subject during the Finance Committee meeting Tuesday after attending a commissioners’ meeting that morning during which he heard a presentation by Simon Kenton Pathfinders member Doug Chivington about the bike path project.

 

Stahler’s discussion with the committee preceded a regular meeting in which council members approved a revitalization district designation for the city’s downtown core; received an update on the costs for the Regional Income Tax Authority’s services; and observed Lucas Crisp take a firefighter's oath. 

Read the full story in Wednesday's Examiner.