Volunteer Corner: Bill Quesnel
Truckee Trails Foundation
Acumen Engineering principal engineer
I believe I got on the board of directors about three years ago. It’s a very worthy cause for the town. (I thought) I could offer some engineering perspective.
Trails are a very good thing. You need to be proactive. I wanted to share the knowledge (I have) that wasn’t on the board at the time.
Not enough honestly. But certainly every other weekend I try to get out. The reason we live in Truckee is to do that.
I worked on the Legacy Trail two years ago. Last year with the Forest Service I worked on a project near Olympic Heights.
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