In June, Mayor Ashley Swearengin along with City Manager Bruce Rudd, council members Steve Brandau and Paul Caprioglio, and Clovis Mayor Nathan Magsig announced the kickoff of the Midtown Trail Project that would connect the Clovis Old Town Trail with the new seven-mile trail which extends to Blackstone and Shields Avenues in central Fresno.
In June, Mayor Ashley Swearengin along with City Manager Bruce Rudd, council members Steve Brandau and Paul Caprioglio, and Clovis Mayor Nathan Magsig announced the kickoff of the Midtown Trail Project that would connect the Clovis Old Town Trail with the new seven-mile trail which extends to Blackstone and Shields Avenues in central Fresno. MARÍA G. ORTIZ-BRIONES mortizbriones@vidaenelvalle.com
In June, Mayor Ashley Swearengin along with City Manager Bruce Rudd, council members Steve Brandau and Paul Caprioglio, and Clovis Mayor Nathan Magsig announced the kickoff of the Midtown Trail Project that would connect the Clovis Old Town Trail with the new seven-mile trail which extends to Blackstone and Shields Avenues in central Fresno. MARÍA G. ORTIZ-BRIONES mortizbriones@vidaenelvalle.com

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