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New Video Highlights Boardman Lake Trail Plans

By Beth Milligan | July 12, 2018

 A new video released by TART Trails is highlighting plans to complete the Boardman Lake Trail loop.

The nearly four-minute video features several local business leaders talking about the importance of completing the five-mile loop around Boardman Lake and the economic and recreational benefits it will provide to the community. The video features interviews with Brick Wheels owner Tim Brick, Hagerty CEO McKeel Hagerty, and Rotary Charities Executive Director Marsha Smith.

TART Trails is partnering with the City of Traverse City, Garfield Township, and Grand Traverse County on a $5.5 million project to complete the last missing 1.5-mile segment of the trail, with construction scheduled to begin in spring 2019.

To watch the video, click here.

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