Wednesday, July 17, 2024
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Shawville’s Mill Dam Park gets a makeover

The Municipality of Shawville is in the process of upgrading certain facilities at Mill Dam Park.
The $110,000 project will provide a variety of new amenities to the town’s only park for children and seniors alike, and several of them are already installed.
So far this spring, the town has put in two new play structures, one of which is wheelchair-accessible, as well as new outdoor exercise machines and new bathrooms. This week, a crew is at work creating a paved path through the park.
“We extended the size of the playground by taking out sod and putting more sand and we and we paved the area around the washroom,” said Shawville mayor Bill McCleary.
This spring’s updates to the park are the first of a few.
Katie Sharpe, Shawville councillor and chair of . . .

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