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Smyrna wants you to tell them where the city should put new bike racks


Until the end of the month, you have the chance to shape the future of your bicycle-riding experience in Smyrna.

The city’s parks department and Keep Smyrna Beautiful want your opinion of where to put bicycle racks throughout Smyrna and along the Concord, Atlanta and Spring road multi-use trails.

A neat online mapping system allows you to pick three spots where you think racks should be. The instructions are here.

The city’s non-profit beautification program was given a grant by Keep America Beautiful to install the trail racks. KSB will provide an additional 50 percent from its own funds to pay for the other racks.

The KSB commission consists of appointees selected by the mayor and council. Those appointees then pick eight at-large members to join the organization’s board.

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