Niagara Falls to honour dock committee that disbanded last year
Published August 3, 2022 at 2:09 pm
The City of Niagara Falls will be erecting a plaque tomorrow (August 4) at the McKenzie Landing located off of Front Street in Chippawa to honour the Chippawa Public Dock Committee.
But here’s an oddball twist. The committee no longer exists, having disbanded in 2021.
Nonetheless, the city felt their 10 year efforts to help enhance the two public boat launch docks located in Village of Chippawa at McKenzie Landing and Naisbitt Parkette was worth the recognition.
“The Chippawa Public Dock Committee has contributed many volunteer hours and financial support towards the enhancement and upkeep of two separate public docks located in the Village of Chippawa,” said the city.
“The committee reached its set goals and dissolved the committee in 2021. The City Council has determined it appropriate to dedicate a plaque to recognize the committee’s past efforts.”
The plaque will be unveiled just past 11 am at the McKenzie Landing, located at 3832 Front Street with committee members and city officials on hand.insauga's Editorial Standards and Policies
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