The New Hampshire Department of Transportation is giving half one million to Franklin to assist build a pedestrian walkway for the town’s trestle bridge.
The town plans to make use of the $512,000 state grant to construct a walkway for its previous railroad bridge, which has been out of commission for many years. The Concord Monitor stories the walkway will join the proposed 11-acre Mill City Park with the prevailing Winnipesaukee River Path.
The park is deliberate to deal with a group garden, pavilion and two public loos. Organizers say the park will probably be free to the public and development is deliberate for this yr.
Mayor Tony Giunta says the grant is an encouraging step forward in the process to finalize plans for the park.
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