The Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor Monday announce the release of the draft Delaware Canal Vision Study 2016 for public review and comment.
The Delaware Canal Vision Study 2016 is the result of a collaboration between stakeholders, project partners and the public to seek creative ideas from the regional community about how this unique state park and National Historic Landmark might be sustained and improved in the 21st Century.
D&L project partners include: the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Delaware Canal 21, and the Friends of the Delaware Canal – with funding from the William Penn Foundation – to identify issues and opportunities along the entire 60-mile Delaware Canal State Park and D&L Trail from Easton to Bristol.
The Delaware Canal Vision Study 2016 looks at each of the Canal municipalities and addresses the most important challenges facing the Canal in these communities.
Opportunities and potential partners are identified with the goal of creating “New Partnerships for a New Era.”
D&L and the project partners invite the public to review and comment on the draft of The Delaware Canal Vision Study.
A copy of the study is available online. For more background, visit the Delaware Canal Vision Study website.
Comments can be emailed to Elissa Garofalo at: firstname.lastname@example.org through February 28. Please include page number and referenced text in the comment.Questions can be directed to Elissa Garofalo at: email@example.com.