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City Hall looks at revamping Barr’s Bay Park dock

The City of Hamilton is looking at revamping the dock space at Barr’s Bay Park to improve public usage.

At a recent Corporation meeting, alderman John Harvey said the City had spoken with an architect about creating a design for the refurbishment of the dock.

The dock would be used by members of the general public.

The estimated cost of the design was said to be around $20,000, but other Corporation members noted that such costs were not included in the annual budget.

Despite the lack of budgeted funds, members supported the concept.

Said alderman Pamela Ferreira: “It’s moving forward, and we must move forward. I support it.”

Mayor Charles Gosling moved that the recommendation be approved, but only once funds for the designs have been identified, with the other members agreeing.

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Published February 03, 2012 at 1:00 am (Updated February 03, 2012 at 5:44 am)

City Hall looks at revamping Barr’s Bay Park dock

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