No, this isn't what Sally Elliott uses to trim the county budget. Elliott (center), a member of the Summit County Council, and Coalville-area resident Dick Stoner (right), are getting ready to cut the ribbon on the recently completed Dam Trestle, linking the Historic Union Pacific Rail Trail to the old Echo highway. The ceremony was held Saturday at the north end of the trestle, which once carried rail traffic between Echo and Park City. The celebration also marked the 20th anniversary of the opening of the Rail Trail. Both Elliott and Stoner played key roles in the creation of the 28-mile trail, which is officially a state park. At left in the photo is Joe Donnell, the manager of the park. All three are wearing railroad-style hats given out to those who attended the celebration. Photo: David Hampshire/Park Record.