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Celebrate the Catonsville Short Line Trail

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 100 Kenwood Avenue  See map
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Volunteers at the Catonsville Short Line Railroad Trail on Mellor Avenue, across from the Armory.
Volunteers at the Catonsville Short Line Railroad Trail on Mellor Avenue, across from the Armory.
Kamenetz and Quirk to Celebrate Completion of Catonsville Short Line Trail -

Volunteers Spearheaded Creation of Gravel Hike & Bike Trail

What:

Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz and Councilman Tom Quirk will help celebrate a new hike & bike trail in Catonsville with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.

The Short Line Trail was developed by the Catonsville Rails to Trails group with support and funding from Baltimore County and the State Highway Administration. The group successfully raised funds for the project from Bikeways grants, donations and events.

This one mile trail stretches from the Baltimore Beltway at Shady Nook Ave to the rear section of Charlestown Retirement Community.

When:        Saturday, October 19, 2013

                   9:00 a.m. Ribbon-cutting ceremony

Where:       Shortline Trail Mark

                   Western School of Technology

                   100 Kenwood Avenue            

                   Catonsville, Maryland 21228

Who:          Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz

                   1st District Councilman Tom Quirk

                   Members of Catonsville Rails to Trails

                   Community Leaders and County residents

                   Members of the Baltimore County Statehouse Delegation

                            

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