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February 27, 2008

Thomasville-- With a new one mile walking trail, Lake Cherokee is the outdoor hotspot in Thomasville.   But because of the high usage, the city now says skateboards, bikes and roller skates should be left at home.

Natalie Connell, Public Information Officer for the City of Thomasville says,"Skate-boards can be utilized at the YMCA skateboard park. Bicycles, right now there is not a public bicycle path however that is something the city of Thomasville is taking under consideration and looking at."

City reps say its really a safety issuing banning bikes and skates. They say the path was originally constructed for pedestrians only.

 

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