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Schools Pathway Closed

July 8, 2011 Jackson Hole, KSGT ESPN, Town of Jackson No Comments
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On Friday, Saturday, and Sunday this weekend, Jackson/Teton County Parks & Recreation has asked that pathway users respect a temporary closure of the ‘Schools Pathway’ from the west side of the Flat Creek Business Park through the ballfields complex to Middle School Road at the west end of the Babe Ruth Field by Summit High School.  There is a baseball tournament in the area this weekend, and large crowds and heavy pedestrian travel are expected.  Pathway users will need to detour by taking the pathway along High School Road, around Colter Elementary, and onto the Middle School Road pathway.  Should you have any questions or concerns, please contact Al Zuckerman, Park Superintendent: azuckerman@tetonwyo.org, 307 733-5056.

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