Grant Helping Watertown Connect Downtown And Black River
2019-03-14 | Watertown Daily Times
About 15 people met on Wednesday night to find out about what kinds of things can be done to connect downtown with the city's river parks.
A state grant is paying for the study that
"This is a framework of what this can be," said
The district starts at
It's the second time that folks got together to talk about the feasibility study. A committee of business leaders and community members was formed months ago to work on the project.
"Take me to the River" -- sort of an ode to the Talking Heads song -- is the group's mantra, he said.
But a series of brick pavers along that section, near the JB Wise Parking lot, could solve the problem, consultant
To give the feeling it's one big area, the same style of lighting, brick pavers, sidewalks and other amenities would be used throughout the river district, she said.
The group will put together a final report and design, and identify potential projects.
The feasibility study is funded by a Strategic Planning and Feasibility Studies grant from the state
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