Godwin Connector now complete
The Godwin Connector is now complete. Located within the Soundside Foundation Nature Reserve, this 10 foot wide, 1,150 foot long path with 880 feet of raised boardwalk through a natural wetland area connects the Soundside and Tiger Point communities.
The Godwin Connector provides a safe path for kids and adults to walk or bike to Tiger Point Park and is fully accessible. The connector can be accessed from Madura Road on the west side and Soundside Drive on the east side.
"This project has been planned for many years," said Commissioner Lane Lynchard, District 5. "It's a great example of a property owner working with local government to create something the entire community can enjoy while taking in the beauty of the natural wetland area. The credit goes to the members of the District 5 Recreational Advisory Committee, with special thanks to Margaret Cunningham for her work supporting this project."
J. Miller Construction was the contractor for this project and the total cost to date is $415,000. In the fall, 300 Sweetbay magnolia trees will be planted. View a video featuring the Godwin Connector online
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