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A number of local dignitaries and mountain biking and hiking enthusiasts gathered Saturday at Pulaski County Park for the ribbon-cutting ceremony celebrating the grand opening of nearly nine miles of updated mountain biking and hiking trails. Attendees included Pulaski County Community Development Director Tiffany Bourne, who worked to help secure grant funding for the park, along with Pulaski County Judge-executive Barty Bullock, Pulaski County Magistrates Jason Turpen and Glenn Maxey, and Bobby Clue, executive director of Somerset-Pulaski County Chamber of Commerce. Marc Travis, Cumberland Cycles owner, and Alex Godsey, City of Somerset engineer and mountain bike enthusiast, who both helped significantly in the effort, were also in attendance.

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