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‘Complete the streets’

Public meeting set to cover safer streets, sidewalks

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When Great Bend was first chartered, most people walked from point A to point B. It was the norm for home builders to install wide sidewalks and buffer strips between the walk and the road in most parts of the city.
But over time, driving has superseded walking and biking all over the country. Two groups, Be Well Barton County and the Kansas Health Foundation, have high hopes of turning this trend around. Community leaders make up the BWBC team chosen to administer a KHF grant to increase the health and wellness of residents of the county.
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