“Increasing access to the Commonwealth’s natural, cultural and recreational resources for people of all abilities to enjoy remains a high priority of our administration,” said Governor Charlie Baker. “I am excited for the opening of the Watertown Riverfront Park and Braille Trail, where visitors can appreciate the seamless blending of the park’s features with the natural surroundings for years to come.”
Commissioner Roy, Secretary Beaton, Herb Nolan, and Tom Powers cutting the ribbon.
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“The restored Riverfront Park is a gem and the Braille Trail is its most brilliant facet,” said State Representative Jonathan Hecht (D-Watertown). “ Bravo to the DCR, the Solomon Foundation and other private donors, Mitch Ryerson, D&C Construction, and the many local officials and residents of Watertown who have worked so hard to make it a reality.”
New path around Hells Half Acre Marsh.
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