Dr. Julio Menocal and Alan Feinberg are looking for help with a mobility grant, which could help with Menocal's Golden Mile circulator. 

Feinberg and his firm, the FeinDesign Team, interviewed two dozen people over the past few weeks about their mobility problems on the west side of Frederick as part of the research needed for the challenge grant through the National Center for Mobility Management.

Now, Feinberg and Menocal are looking for people to write letters of support, do further research and attend training sessions on the grant. 

They will hold a meeting 10 a.m. Wednesday at Sabor Casero Bakery, 1080 W. Patrick St., Suite 17B, for those who want to participate or have questions. 

Follow Heather Mongilio on Twitter: @HMongilio.

Heather Mongilio is the health and Fort Detrick reporter for the Frederick News-Post. She can be reached at hmongilio@newspost.com.

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