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Bike-trail plan divides Beacon Hill residents

Joel DeJong heads out from a section of woods in Cheasty Greenspace where volunteering Cleveland High School students helped clear away blackberry vines and English ivy. A proposal to develop mountain-bike trails in the Beacon Hill greenspace has found support as well as opposition. Some residents favor more active uses, while others want it to remain natural.

Steve Ringman / The Seattle Times

Joel DeJong heads out from a section of woods in Cheasty Greenspace where volunteering Cleveland High School students helped clear away blackberry vines and English ivy. A proposal to develop mountain-bike trails in the Beacon Hill greenspace has found support as well as opposition. Some residents favor more active uses, while others want it to remain natural.

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