2. I do know for a project that I was working on, Sol was somewhat hard to reach, but yes, they ought to be following up more quickly on projects. It'd suck if they had to be sued, but municipalities sue vendors all the time.
3. The last time discussion about trail security issues came up, I wrote about the need for a security plan, and and a point how at least at the points where the trail intersects with the street grid, the city could have extended the traditional streetlight system into the trail at those points at least.
4. I was at a meeting where John Thomas, head of the Urban Forestry Administration for DDOT, said he was responsible for trail maintenance too. (But I could have heard wrong. I didn't follow up.) It'd be worth contacting him.
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