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Work has begun on the Proprietors Park/Freedom Pier Walkway in Gloucester City, New Jersey. Located on the Delaware River, Proprietors Park can be access via King Street.
Presently construction crews are expanding the riverwalk. The plans call for extending the present riverwalk from the Park around the Coast Guard pier to Monmouth Street. The plans include new lighting, iron fencing, teak benches, and trash receptacles. Completion date in November 2010 pending weather conditions. Cost for the Freedom Pier Walkway is $387,391. The low bidder was Bud Concrete of Sewell. Funding is provided by a NJ Green Acres Matching Grant.
This will be followed by three additional phases of construction which will include the repair of the bulkhead sheathing on the Coast Guard pier, new transit boat dock and a 5200 square foot restaurant with a completion date of 2012.
Mayor James said in the press release announcing the plans, "Myself along with Council will stay committed to improving our valuable waterfront. This project will be the catalyst for future economic development in our King Street business district. "
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