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April 10, 2012
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Towns seek grant to connect trail

The long-held vision of a trail between Minden and Gardnerville is gaining ground through a joint application to the state that hopefully will secure grant funding.

Last week, both Minden and Gardnerville town boards approved ponying up $25,000 each, along with $25,000 from Douglas County, to match a Nevada Department of Transportation grant that would be used to construct a 9,617-foot-long pedestrian trail along Martin Slough between Carson Valley Middle School and Ironwood Drive.

In the application to the state, Community Development Director Mimi Moss said the project is a key element of the county's master trails plan.

"It eventually …

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