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Belvedere parks panel wants lane rehabs back on track


Lower Woodland Lane is among the Belvedere Parks, Open Spaces and Lanes Committee’s priority items for repairs in 2023. (Elliot Karlan / For The Ark)

Belvedere’s parks committee is asking the city to renew its effort to improve public walking lanes, an initiative that was put on hold several years ago amid budget constraints.


In a Nov. 14 report to the City Council, the Parks, Open Spaces and Lanes Committee named lane repairs as its top priority among 12 it would like the city to consider next fiscal year. The semi-annual report is the first under the committee’s new charter, updated in March, to better provide regular advice and recommendations to the council.


Other initiatives of interest include removing dead and dying trees on private lands to reduce fire hazards, monitoring the effects of private projects on public lands; and eliminating view obstructions.


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