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The original item was published from May 21, 2021 4:03 PM to May 21, 2021 4:09 PM
The proposed South Douglas Scenic Byway includes the corridor along Highway 92 & 166 between Highway 92 and the Campbellton roundabout. And then extends east/west along Highway 166 from the Campbellton roundabout to the Carroll County line. Altogether, this corridor extends just under 20 miles through Douglas County.
The character of the corridor and the context of its intrinsic qualities vary at different points along the route. A study boundary was defined so as to capture key elements of the corridor and areas that may impact future management issues.
The proposed study boundary captures an area that is approximately one mile north of the corridor. Southern and western corridor boundaries generally end at the county line. The majority of the existing land use is agricultural and rural residential.
Preliminary analysis shows that this geographic area includes
An analysis of the corridor that was presented to the Steering Committee on May 14, 2021 identified five distinct segments.
Each of these areas will be explored in detail in subsequent posts.