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Mystic Lakes Path Improvement Project overview meeting to be held online due to weather

Plans are underway to improve the pathways around the Mystic Lakes. COURTESY PHOTO/ISAIAH JOHNSON

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The following was submitted by the Mystic River Watershed Association:

On, Tuesday, Feb. 13, the Mystic River Watershed Association will hold its meeting online due to incoming weather.

The meeting will be held over the following Zoom link: More details and dial-in options are accessible via the calendar event on the group's website:

At this meeting, the project team will present an overview of the Mystic Lakes Path Improvement Project and then facilitate listening sessions to learn about your past, present and desired experiences while recreating along the lakes.  The team is excited to hear your hopes and dreams to improve safety and accessibility for the nature path alongside the Mystic Lakes. 

The pathways around the Mystic Lakes need help. Come give your input on what you'd like to see at a meeting on Feb. 13. COURTESY PHOTO/ISAIAH JOHNSON

Can’t make it to the meeting? Materials from the public meeting and opportunities for online engagement will be available after the date of the meeting at This website will also be updated as our work progresses over the next few months.

Parking is available behind the library and on the street.


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