Helena to dedicate rerouted trail in honor of late commissioner Eric Feaver

Nolan Lister

A Mount Helena trail to be rerouted off private property will also be renamed as the Eric Feaver Trail, in honor of the late commissioner.

The trail, which begins near the southeastern end of LeGrande Cannon Boulevard, will be rerouted off the private lot and onto a platted city street right-of-way, according to Helena Open Lands Manager Brad Langsather. That street, a planned continuation of Mauldin Street originally intended to deliver people to the Mount Helena City Park, was never finished.

The map provided by the city of Helena illustrates where the Mike Cormier Trail will be rerouted off of private property and onto city right-of-way. courtesy Helena Parks, Recreation and Open Lands

The trail will wind its way a little less than a mile south until its junction with the Ambrose and Quarry trails, an area that will be named the Eric Feaver Union.

“The name was chosen because of his role as a labor leader of significant importance,” Langsather said in an interview. “All of us are super excited about honoring Commissioner Feaver.”

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