Wednesday, March 27, 2013 at 12:15 am (Updated: March 27, 12:31 am)
Some old wooden railings at the lakefront in Kingston presented a dangerous problem for the city.
The fix not only shored up the structure, but provided a spirit-lifting work of art, as well as a nod to the many fishermen the water draws.
Rick Ross, who heads Kingston’s parks and recreation department explained how the decorative new metal railing came about.
“The other one was just rotting out, and we needed to replace it for safety reasons,” Ross said.
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