Local greenways to enforce social distancing to avoid being shut down

Local greenways to enforce social distancing to avoid being shut down

YORK COUNTY, S.C. — People can go outside to take a walk or go for a run during a ‘stay at home’ order, but the places they will be able to do that is getting limited.

Crowders Mountain was so crowded it had to be closed.

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“Our number one priority is really trying to stay open. We want people to come out and enjoy the property and we have plenty of room to spread out. Just be really mindful to stay in groups of three or less,” said Elizabeth Bowers, with Anne Springs Close Greenway.

>>> In the video at the top of the page, Meteorologist John Ahrens explains how greenways are trying to keep from closing.

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