The Gansner Park Pathway Project in Quincy will consist of the placement of an eight foot wide asphalt concrete paved pathway that connects an existing paved pathway north of the bicycle bridge north of Spanish Creek in Gansner Park with Beskeen Lane, a low-volume, paved, dead-end road that is on the north side of and parallels Spanish Creek to the east of Hwy 70/89.
The 2300' long pathway will wind among existing trees within the improved portion of the park. Leaving the park, it will provide access to native riparian vegetation on the unimproved county-owned lands to the east. The pathway will follow the "high bank" portion of the Spanish Creek waterway on stable ground that has shows no evidence of overtopping or flooding. The pathway is designed to be an "at-grade" improvement, and as such will be an integral part of the flood plain, creating no ponds or dams should unforeseen high waters inundate the pathway. Please see the preliminary construction plans attached as Exhibit 3.
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