|Location of yet to be named park. It's just to the south of David A. Brown Middle School, and sits on 11 acres.|
The yellow star denotes the location of the ceremony.
|Dan York, key figure behind the Grand Ave Multi-Use Trails.|
|Smiling for the camera just before the ribbon cutting.|
Link to Blog showing most of the trail before the ropes were added to the rails back at the end of January.
After the ribbon cutting, there was time to look at some concept drawings of what the future park could look like before the official "first bike ride".
|Councilmember Bridgette Moore speaks to a resident about one of the park designs.|
|Concept A, which was revealed today, has parking on Leslie St.|
Concept B has it along Grand Ave.
|City Manager Gary Nordquist takes some photos as the flock of riders embarks.|
(I'm sticking with "flock" until the proper noun comes to me)
For more about this project, follow the "Wildomar Multi-Purpose Trail" tag at the bottom of the blog.
It'll start to cool down in time for tonight's Music and Movie in the park. Hope to see you at Marna O'Brien Park tonight.
|Looks to be a great evening.|
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