Tonawanda News —
The city will maintain control of the property and collect a 5 percent share in fees related to boats docking there, while a new public restroom was completed in the hopes of attracting “transient” boaters, who may wish to remain in the city for an extended stay.
The start of the final phase of the project has yet to be determined.
THE LIST SO FAR • No. 10: Pavilion opens in Niawanda Park • No. 9: Carrousel museum gets a boost • No. 8: NT marina given new life