Saturday, December 6, 2014

Ribbon cutting at River Park

On Saturday, December 6, a ribbon-cutting ceremony was held at the Northwest River Trail Services Building at Columbia River Park.  The 3500-square-foot building includes a warming kitchen/cafe, an observation deck with a view of the Susquehanna, multi-use event space, mechanical rooms, and restrooms.  The two-million-dollar building will eventually connect with the 14-mile river trail. The building will open officially in May.


This large, decades-old mural was found recently in a storage area of the borough offices and placed in the new building.

A look around


Mayor Lutz officiates









The cutting of the ribbon . . 












9 comments:

  1. This building is beautiful! But this building should not be rented out at all ! It should be open at all times for EVERYONE!

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  2. The rent from events will help cover the expenses of the building, ex:heat, lighting, security, pest control.

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  3. Is this building going to have alcohol permitted!

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    1. Some of the details aren't worked out yet.

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  4. This building is not a hunting camp or a resort area. It should be for trail people.

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  5. This building should have been built between the 2 bridges.

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  6. Only alcohol made in Columbia from what I here.

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  7. This is a waste of money! Its not even opened!!

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    1. It won't officially be open until May 2015.

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