Albany-Hudson Electric Trail project comments due Aug. 16
Jul 17, 2018 2:01 pm
Richard Moody Columbia-Greene Media reports that the Hudson River Valley Greenway is accepting public comments about its proposed Albany-Hudson Electric Trail project through Aug. 16. The trail will run the towns of Chatham, Stuyvesant, Greenport, Stockport, and Kinderhook, and the final environmental review of the project is available through any of those town clerks. The group predicts the 36-mile route will attrack 490,000 visitors annually, with two-thirds pedestrians and another third on bicycles. Annual visitors by locality include 68,827 in Chatham, 82,395 in Kinderhook, 35,119 in Stuyvesant, 65,428 in Stockport, and 49,947 in Greenport.