While everyone else was asking questions during , one woman was getting signatures on her petition and handing out flyers about her rally.
Joan Griffin, a Menomonee Falls resident vehemently against paving the Bugline, is at noon. Her campaign titled "Friends of the Bugline" will meet at Menomonee Park's Group Campsite, march and chant down the Bugline to Menomonee Avenue, and then march back.
Rain, snow or shine, Griffin has been hell-bent on getting her voice heard regarding the paving project. In early March when there was nothing but snow on the ground, reading, "Save the Bugline, Don't Pave the Bugline!"
“Personally, I am outraged at the idea of paving it. I love the way it is right now with its natural look of a trail. It’s not supposed to be a road,” Griffin said. “There are so many reasons not to do this.”
Griffin is hoping to influence a supposedly resolved group of county officials. According to Waukesha County Parks Manager Duane Grimm, .
Regardless, Griffin is passing out neon flyers asking people to join her and her group on Saturday, bring a sign that says, "Save the Bugline, Don't Pave the Bugline," and pack a lunch for after the rally.