St. Lawrence County officials asking residents and visitors to stay off Brasher trail until it's prepared
BRASHER -- St. Lawrence County officials are asking residents and visitors to stay off the Brasher Community Connector Trail until it is ready.
Legislators Tony Arquiett, District 13 and Joel LaPierre, District 4, along with Trails Coordinator Deb Christy and Brasher Town Supervisor Mark Peets, are asking people to stay off the trail until it officially opens.“St. Lawrence County is working to create a sustainable trails system throughout the County with the newest portion, the Brasher Community Connector, extending from Helena to Hopkinton, running through the towns of Brasher, Lawrence, Stockholm, Hopkinton and Parishville,” the statement from the Board of Legislators’ office says.
“Years of effort have been put into the SLC Multi-Use Trails System, and everyone’s cooperation is greatly appreciated to assure the success of the Trails,” the statement said.