Trails Symposium a think tank for ideas for SJC greenway system

The symposium panel was comprised of six representatives from varying user-interest groups: Deb Chapin (SJR2C's St Johns County Correspondent) from the Ponte Vedra Greenway Alliance; Herb Hiller (SJR2C Executive Director) of the East Coast Greenway Alliance; Mary Farr from the St. Johns County Horse Council; Southern Off-Road Bicycle Association Jacksonville representative Todd Cejka; St. Johns County Audubon Society President Jean Rolke; and Heather Neville from the Velo Fest Community Initiative, a nonprofit, St. Augustine-based group focused on cycling safety and education. Representatives presented their priorities for a greenway trails system in turn.

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