by Vanessa Pellechio Sanders / Staff Writer

Municipal officials recently went behind the wheel of local nonprofit Healthy Adams Bicycle Pedestrian Inc., (HABPI) and learned how they can contribute.

Eric Meyer, HABPI vice president, spoke at the Adams County Council of Governments (ACCOG) meeting last week about new efforts the nonprofit has taken on.

To keep up with HABPI’s mission of creating “fun, safe cycling and walking trails for recreation, exercise, and transportation,” Meyer said the organization has been looking ahead at new developments coming into communities.

Meyer suggested townships add an ordinance to their Subdivision and Land Development Ordinances (SALDOs), so biking and walking infrastructure are included in new development plans…

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