All residents are invited to the event at 101 S. King St.
“The City has worked extremely hard to get this pier open to the public. The City has installed new sheathing around the pier, as well as new ornamental fencing,” Mayor William P. James said.
Other amenities include new benches, trash receptacles, and a brick walkway to enjoy the spectacular views on the river, he said.
“We hope to see you September 17 to share in this occasion and celebrate the transformation of a once dormant piece of property into what will be the beginning of a renaissance on King Street,” James said.
EDITORS NOTE: Work on the estimated $400,000 project began in August 2010.
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