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Hirschman Trail Project gets $200,000 grant

Grant money totaling could pour into Nevada City as soon as three months from now to finance the wheelchair accessible Hirschman’s Trail.

Once in hand, the $195,360 grant will be used to build a 2.5-mile trail linking Cement Hill Road to Hirschman’s Pond and the Indian Trails subdivision.

The Federal Highways Administration is the funding source for the project administered by the California Department of Parks and Recreation through the Recreational Trails Program.


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