Weston Recieves Money from DOT

Governor Doyle has announced the Village of Weston will receive $546,600 to fund a 4.64 mile multi-use path to serve neighborhoods south of State Highway 29. The Village will have to contribute $136,000 to the path construction. The path will begin at the pedestrian bridge and extend to the Windemere Oaks, Standing Oaks, Crane Meadows, and the Heritage Hills neighborhoods linking the YMCA with the DC Everest School System and the Weston Park System on the north-side of Highway 29. It also will create a functional 4.64 mile multi-use loop as it will join up with the current path on Camp Phillips Road. 

"Taxpayers owe this grant to the hard work of Representative Jerry Petrowski and the support of the YMCA, Marshfield Clinic and the DCE School District. We also would like to thank the thirty or more taxpayers that showed their support by writing letters to the WDOT", said Village President Fred Schuster.

Read the letter from Governor Doyle.

View the map of the multi use path plan.

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