Lower Saluda Greenway Feasibility Study Topic of Lexington Chamber Breakfast Meeting
LEXINGTON, S.C. – The Lexington Chamber and Visitors Center will focus on the Lower Saluda Greenway
feasibility study at its monthly breakfast gathering on Tuesday, February 9 at 7:30 a.m. at RADIUS Church. Register Here
The greenway, a proposed 10.5-mile multiuse paved path along the north side of the Lower Saluda River, will provide unity and regional connectivity between
the Lexington and Irmo areas with the communities of Columbia, West Columbia and Cayce.
“The Lexington Chamber is excited to discuss this unique quality of life project that will transform the Midlands, with access to the outdoors thus offering
residents and visitors healthier lifestyles,” said Angelle LaBorde, Chamber President & CEO.
Project manager Ernie Boughman, AICP of Toole Design, will share the study results on how decisions were made and discuss future project recommendations.
Boughman is the Director of Operations, Southeastern U.S. for Toole Design, a multimodal planning and engineering firm. He has provided leadership
for infrastructure projects that enable people of all ages and abilities to harmoniously live, travel, and play together.
The breakfast will begin at 7:30 a.m. at RADIUS Church, located at 300 West Main Street in Lexington. Registration is $10 and attendees must register in
advance by February 5. Space is limited and masks will be required.
A 4-Star Accredited Chamber, the Lexington Chamber and Visitors Center (LCVC) has been creating a community that grows business for more than 60 years.
Through services, advocacy and education for its 750+ shareholders, the LCVC strives to promote business prosperity and a thriving community. To learn
more about the Chamber and the Lexington area, visit www.lexingtonsc.org.