1. Julia
    July 17, 2018 @ 8:49 am

    Interesting about how Lockport handles the lock situation. We have new pedestrian bridges in Jamestown and a member of our Riverfront Management Council suggested maybe making a place for people to put locks, as an attraction. From a Parks Management standpoint, I know it could create a burden on our already way overburdened staff to take care of/remove/etc. but I can see the attraction of allowing people to do it.


  2. Andy Graupman
    July 18, 2018 @ 7:45 am

    I’ve always just considered Lockport famous for its connection to the Erie Canal, but it’s great to see them branching out to something a bit more modern while still retaining that connection to the past. It’d be interesting to see if they really embrace the idea of all things lock-related and what else they can do to foster tourism. Neat stuff, though. And, to be honest, probably more marketable than a gum tree; yuck!


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