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This profile was last updated on 10/21/13  and contains information from public web pages and contributions from the ZoomInfo community.

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Member
    Land Trust
  • Co-Chairman of Committee
  • Co-Chairman of the City's Greenways Committee and Member
  • Co-Chairman of the Committee
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Web References
Charleston Bridge (Chesapeake & Ohio Railroad) | Bridges & Tunnels, 21 Oct 2013 [cached]
Heading up the project is Charleston City Councilman Lewis Payne, co-chairman of the city's Greenways Committee, longtime trail enthusiast Dennis Strawn, also a Greenways co-chairman, and James Hemme, an engineer with GAI Consultants.(1) The Mountain State Wheelers bicycle club of Charleston has also been proactive in the project.(5)
Dennis Strawn, a member of the Friends of the Kanawha Trestle Trail Project, stated that enough money had been secured from the state and federal governments to restore the Kanawha River crossing, with a projected cost of $2.5 million.(2) The project had secured $800,000 in federal funds through State Representative Shelley Capito, a $475,000 as a commitment from the city, and a $100,000 federal grant for a total of about $1.3 million.(3)(6) A $50,000 state participation grant secured by Kanawha County legislatures in 2008 was used to do a design study for the East End portion of the trail and the Whipple Bridge.
"The trestle across the Kanawha River ..., 5 Mar 2010 [cached]
"The trestle across the Kanawha River is phase one," Dennis Strawn, president of the Kanawha Trestle Trail said.
"The trail is only literally about four miles long but it connects everything in Charleston," Strawn said.
The project will cost about $3.2 million dollars. Strawn says the federal government sets aside money specifically for walking and biking trails.
Bike path advocate Dennis ..., 21 May 2012 [cached]
Bike path advocate Dennis Strawn, also a member of the Land Trust, agreed:
Bicycle activist Dennis ..., 2 June 2011 [cached]
Bicycle activist Dennis Strawn described bike path as "wonderful," adding, "It is going to be tremendous.
Bicycle activist Dennis Strawn described bike path as "wonderful," adding, "It is going to be tremendous.
Strawn likened the Route 60 bike path to the portion of the Pinelleas Trail that runs through downtown Clearwater, Fla.
Strawn is co-chairman of NeighborWoods, formerly known as the Greenways Committee. He also is a member of the Charleston Land Trust and is active in the Mountain State Wheelers Bicycle Club.
"This trail isn't stopping any school ..., 20 Oct 2009 [cached]
"This trail isn't stopping any school from being built, not stopping any sewer water or road project," said Dennis Strawn with the Friends of the Kanawha Trestle Trail.
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