Archer Braid Trail Taller Than Expected
GAINESVILLE - Construction has officially begun on the six mile long portion of the trail that runs through Haile Plantation.
But some are saying the trail is higher than what they expected.
Some are predicting the height of the trail in some areas will make it hard to maintain.
The state does mow once a quarter but Eric Corcoran says that doesn't really match the aesthetic of the neighborhood.
Eric Corcoran, program director, management specialist systems: "you can't run conventional mowers and our current vendors don't have this kind of equipment so we are going to see an additional cost at some level. How that is spelled out and how that's absorbed has yet to be determined."
The project is expected to take six months to complete.
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