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Lincoln wants public feedback on bike, pedestrian priorities

LINCOLN — The town of Lincoln has hired Dufresne Group Consulting Engineers to complete a study to identify and evaluate potential alternatives for a bike and/or pedestrian facility along River Road from the end of the existing sidewalk south to the Lincoln Community School.
This process typically includes a public meeting to obtain feedback from the community on existing issues and concerns.  Due to COVID-19, that meeting was put on hold and a survey is being used to obtain this feedback. The survey is available online and in paper format at the town office.
Please contact the town office at 453-2980 if you would like a paper copy.  Both versions have the same questions.
The online survey can be found at surveymonkey.com/r/66MD995.
The link will remain open until July 17 and paper surveys may be returned to the town office through July 17.

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