BP's Tatics in Cape Vincent Ny

Friday, March 14, 2014

Cape Vincent nets $50,000 state grant for East End Park facility

PUBLISHED: FRIDAY, MARCH 14,

CAPE VINCENT— East End Park, situated on the St. Lawrence River in the town, is expected soon to get a locker room facility and open picnic pavilion, made possible in part by a $50,000 grant awarded this month by the state Department of the State.

The $50,000 grant from the State and Municipal Facilities Program was an important piece of funding needed to break ground on the $200,000 project at the public park, a popular venue for scuba divers and swimmers. The project will include a 26-by-70-foot facility with restroom and locker room areas for men and women, Town Supervisor Urban C. Hirschey said. 
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4 comments:

Anonymous said...

A great project. Once the showers are operational, maybe all the BP leaseholders and supporters can go there and wash the stink of their corrupted campaign to ruin Cape Vincent off.

Anonymous said...

You have missed a lot of breaking news in the Times. Men are growing beards and a lot of people are getting drunk.

Anonymous said...

The real stink are the dumbocrats that screwed with our right to vote. Yes….they need a shower. All that water and no soap in water district number 2.

Anonymous said...

BP is gone, there's not going to be any wind towers build, so why are you so negative. Now blame it on the wind group like in your comments. Get over it, you won the battle and the war. Bitch at your spouse for a change.