Support was strong at a public hearing this week for a system of bicycle and jogging trails and even for most of the horse trails proposed by city planners.

The City Council postponed action on the trail proposal, though, until it can tour a residential area of lower Wasatch Boulevard where developers and many homeowners don't want equestrian trails running along or through their property.The council scheduled a vote for its Jan. 10 meeting. Before then, council members will view a slide presentation by Norm Sims, president of the Salt Lake Regional Trails Council, and tour the boulevard area with developers, equestrian interest representatives and staffers from the City Planning Department.