Port Townsend: Ribbon cutting planned for trail opening

PORT TOWNSEND — The opening of a one-mile segment of Larry Scott Memorial Trial will be an occasion for celebration Thursday, with a ceremony marking the new addition along state Highway 20.

The ceremony will take place at 10 a.m. Thursday along Mill Road, east of Highway 20.

Jefferson County Commissioner Richard Wojt, D-Port Townsend, and Mayor Kees Kolff will take part in the short ribbon-cutting ceremony.

Construction on the new trail segment, which runs from Mill Road to Fredricks Street, began in May.

It connects with a two-mile segment — built in the 1990s — that runs along the waterfront from Port of Port Townsend’s Boat Haven to the paper mill.

Officials plan to extend the trail to the Jefferson-Clallam county line and tie it into Olympic Discovery Trail, which will eventually link Port Townsend to Forks.


The rest of this story appears in the Wednesday Peninsula Daily News Jefferson County edition. Click on SUBSCRIBE to get the PDN delivered to your home or office.

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