District 4 City Commissioner Patty Sheehan Dedicates New Millenia Elementary Trail Bridge
District 4 City Commissioner Patty Sheehan will join with the family of Kyle L. Koob, former City of Orlando Urban Planner, and the community to celebrate the completion of the Millenia Elementary Trail Bridge, a 100-foot bridge spanning the Shingle Creek Canal. The bridge provides a direct link to Millenia Elementary School and ties into the Shingle Creek Trail.
As part of the celebration, Commissioner Sheehan will dedicate the bridge in memory of Kyle L. Koob, a former City of Orlando Urban Planner, who at 36 died of heart cancer. Kyle played an instrumental role in the planning of the bridge and believed in the power of the community to shape a brighter future. A plaque donated by Commissioner Sheehan has also been placed on the bridge in memory of Kyle.
This new bridge furthers the City’s efforts to keep Orlando moving. By providing multimodal forms of transportation, the City is able to offer those who live, work and play in Orlando options for getting around. Part of this effort includes the City’s commitment to investing in biking amenities. Currently, Orlando is home to more than 300 miles of urban bicycling trails, signed routes and lanes and has been designated as Bicycle Friendly Community since 2000.
Friday, November 20, 2015
Oak Grove Apartments
4701 Walden Circle
** Please park on Walden Circle and proceed to the north end of the bridge. **