CHARLESTON — The Charleston Metropolis Council is ready to provide its help to a grant town’s searching for to assist assemble a path for bicyclists and pedestrians from Lake Charleston to close by pure areas.
Throughout its assembly Tuesday, the council is scheduled to vote on a decision in help of the appliance for a $2 million grant from the Illinois Transportation Enhancement program.
Additionally through the assembly, Mayor Brandon Combs is scheduled to make an announcement concerning town’s trick-or-treat hours.
On the grant utility, the council will first conduct a required public listening to at 6 p.m. and the vote is scheduled for the council’s common assembly, which begins at 6:30 p.m.
The assembly will happen at Charleston Metropolis Corridor, 520 Jackson Ave., however public attendance might be restricted due to the coronavirus pandemic. Feedback on the grant utility or different issues will be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5 p.m. Tuesday.
The plan is for a path beginning within the space of the lake’s spillway pavilion, going beneath Illinois Route 130 earlier than bridging the Embarras River and connecting with Bypass Highway on the opposite facet of the freeway.