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City seeking ideas for Pier Park

The City of New Westminster is looking for ideas for the interim development the east end of the new Pier Park.

The Timber Wharf section is currently an expanse of asphalt, but the city wants to make it more attractive, inviting and fun until Phase Two of the park's master plan can be constructed.

The community can input ideas through an online or paper surveys, as well as at two meetings to be held Thursday, Oct. 11 and Tuesday, Oct. 16.

The online survey is available on the city's website, www.newwestcity.ca, and must be completed by Oct. 13.

Paper surveys are available at city recreation facilities, the kiosk in Westminster Pier Park, the offices of the BIA and Tourism New Westminster, the River Market, Fraser River Discovery Centre and at a table at RiverFest on Sept. 29.

 

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