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PRINCETON, MO (2010-11-09) A meeting this afternoon in Princeton will explain further how north Missouri communities can get involved with the ongoing "Livable Streets" Program.
That is the initiative by the University of Missouri Extension to help communities make street design decision that can help pedestrians and bike riders as well. Mercer County Extension specialist Dr. William Magee is working with the project and says the health of senior citizens could benefit with a unified plan and connect popular spots like schools and libraries. This afternoon's meeting is for any community wanting to learn more about the Livable Streets Program. It will be in Princeton at the Hal England Center. It starts at 3:30.
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