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Old December 24th 19, 04:51 AM posted to rec.bicycles.misc
Joy Beeson
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The Michigan Natural Resources Trust Fund (MNRTF) board
recommended $300,000 in development funds to be allocated
to Ottawa County Parks & Recreation for development and
construction of a 1-mile segment of the Idema Explorers Trail
in Jenison at their annual meeting in December.

I should cross-post this dangling phrase to alt.english.usage.
Alas, it's far from the most-confusing sentence ever perpetrated
by a professional writer -- the very next sentence includes
"comprised of".

At least they aren't passing it off as transportation or "safety":

"Giving everyone access to the scenic spaces and connected trails
along the Grand River Greenway will improve the quality of life
for current and future West Michigan residents."

Recreation Opportunities
In addition to opening up recreation opportunities on land,
it also creates more access for anglers.

But I snarkily wonder what they would say to a request to spend one
percent of that sum to hire a traffic-handling teacher for six

(Those guys are dedicated, and work cheap.)

Joy Beeson
joy beeson at comcast dot net


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