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Tiger Trail Project's Fate In Hands of Cuyahoga Falls School Board

Cuyahoga Falls School Foundation members are asking the school district for a $30,000 loan to start the project this summer

Tiger Trail Project's Fate In Hands of Cuyahoga Falls School Board

The fate of the Tiger Trail Project now falls into the hands of Cuyahoga Falls School Board members. 

Well, partially.

The Cuyahoga Falls School Foundation asked the board of education to consider loaning money for the first phase of a four-phase redesign of the entrance to Clifford Stadium. 

That entrance (a trail of engraved bricks) would then be known as "Tiger Trail," with construction beginning in summer 2013, according to the foundation's website.

The project is expected to cost $150,000, with phase one costing $70,000,  according to the Falls News-Press. The Foundation already has raised $40,000.

Cuyahoga Falls School Foundation members are asking the school district for a $30,000 loan to start the project this summer, the community newspaper reported.

The board plans to consider the loan at an upcoming meeting.

In the meantime, you can see a "virtual Tiger Trail" on the foundation's website.

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