The East Bay Regional Parks District will hold a meeting tomorrow for anyone interested in learning about the current trail system at the Pleasanton Ridge and some new land that will be opening up shortly.
The public meeting is set for 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Veterans Memorial Building, 301 Main St. Parks district spokeswoman Shelly Lewis said the meeting will include a presentation about the management and operation of the current trail system and preview an upcoming land use planning process. Lewis said it's an opportunity for those who frequent the ridge to learn more and also offer their thoughts.
The parks district opened 1,100 acres of open space and 5 miles of trails on the north end of the ridge in December. The ridge now has 30 miles of trails, including the additional land.
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