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Work begins on NRVT trail leg through Norwalk cemetery

Resource Services constructing the NRVT though the Pine Island cemetery (Norwalk River Valley Trail)

NORWALK, Conn. – This is a press release, presented in the format in which it was sent:

 

Construction underway on latest leg of Norwalk River Valley Trail though the historic Pine Island Cemetery

With the support of the Norwalk Redevelopment Agency and the Historical Commission, construction is underway on the latest leg of Norwalk River Valley Trail (NRVT). This new section will connect Crescent Street, passing through the historic Pine Island Cemetery, to the Lockwood Mathews property. Once completed, this new section will result in a better-connected NRVT from the Maritime Aquarium to Union Park behind the Norwalk Library.

Resources Services of Bridgeport is constructing the trail through the Pine Island Cemetery and expects this new section of the NRVT will be completed by November 1.

 

 

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3 comments

Danny October 29, 2017 at 1:12 pm

I’d like to know if Mr. Westmoreland is still a cheerleader of dis-interring the bodies of the unknown in Pine Island Cemetery, so the Mall can have a larger access for their delivery trucks. Mind you, by doing so, he’d be disrupting the family plots of several and pulling apart one’s mother/wife/grandmother from the rest of them. What an absolute shame!

This decision was all hinged on the bike-path would be relocated to the cemetery itself, which it now has. This was supposedly one of the cogs in the wheel. I’m hoping he’d bring us up to speed on this potentially devastating decision. Has this become hush-hush?

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