Partners with the Le Village BIA, Downtown BIA, City of Cornwall, Cornwall Waterfront Committee and Cornwall District Minor Baseball Wednesday trumpeted a partnership that has resulted in a fresh new look to a historic piece of the city.
Gone are piles of trash, mounds of dirt and much of the graffiti that dominated the area near the point and nearby Legion Park ball diamonds.
The refuse has been replaced by fresh paint, beautiful landscapes and a renewed interest in Pointe Maligne, a jewel on the St. Lawrence River off of Bergeron Drive.
“I’d like to invite everyone to come to come down to Pointe Maligne, park your car, and go up into the park area and appreciate the beautiful waterfront views,” Le Village BIA chair Michel Dubuc said Wednesday morning during a media event to show the changes at the park. “This project represents what Centretown is all about. Bringing various community partners with a common goal together in order to complete, in this case, a beautification project.”
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