As many more residents use Nextdoor and have not signed up to receive the more detailed District 1 email updates I am messaging here. The Jeffy Trail extension has both those who support the extension and those who do not. The Jeffy Trail project was never taken off of the planning timeline but had been delayed as a lower priority and pushed into out years for several budget cycles.
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During the debate over F 35s being based at Truax Field, members of our community had divergent opinions. Some who reside closer to Truax Field expressed concern with the existing noise from the Dane County Regional Airport/Truax Field and the potential for the noise to be greater once the F 35s begin operations. Others valued the current economic impact of the F 16 fighter wing and want to have the construction jobs and continued economic benefit the presence of F 35s are expected to bring..
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You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeStirling Albion have been left ‘frustrated and disappointed’ after it was revealed that no date has been set for the resumption of the League 2 campaign.The Binos had hoped to receive a date when action could return to Forthbank. However, the Scottish FA yesterday (Tuesday) confirmed that no date can be given.The game below the Championship has been suspended since January 11.Clubs in leagues 1 and 2 were hoping to resume training next week and return to playing at the beginning of March, but those plans have now been shelved.In a statement, the Scottish FA said they had been in contact with clubs and the Scottish Government adding: “Regrettably, the government has today (Tuesday) confirmed that in cognisance of the current restrictions in place across the country they cannot currently commit to return dates for those affected leagues in the coming weeks.”We will continue to speak with all parties in the meantime and will provide a further update by March 1. This date should not be seen as a proposed restart date, however it should help provide some clarity to affected clubs to aid their planning over the short term.”Whilst this is disappointing news, Scottish football will continue to play its part in assisting the Scottish Government’s efforts to reduce the prevalence of Covid 19 across the country.”Read MoreGutted Binos chairman Stuart Brown said: “It’s disappointing in the extreme for everyone, but especially for the management team and the players.”We had offered to do everything that the Championship clubs are doing in terms of protocols but that has been ignored.”Albion have played just nine of the 27 games scheduled but Mr Brown says that making the season null and void is not an option..