New York Secretary of State Cesar Perales as well as state and local officials were in Waterloo today to announce the completion of three key area projects funded with grants from Department of State. The projects included completion of the first section of the Cayuga-Seneca Trail in Waterloo . Perales and the others cut the ribbon to open the trail.
The first section of the Cayuga - Seneca Canal Trail in Waterloo is officially opened Thursday. All photos by Greg Cotterill, Finger Lakes News Radio.
Waterloo Mayor Ted Young says they have waited a long time to open the trail.
Secretary of State Cesar A. Perales listens to Geneva Mayor Ron Alcock discuss plans for the Finger Lakes Boat Museum. Geneva City Manager Matt horn looks on.
Geneva's Director of the Office of Neighborhood Initiatives, Sage Gerling explains plans for the boating museum.
They also unveiled designs for the Finger Lakes Boating Museum, and released a Geneva Waterfront Infrastructure Feasibility Study.
Waterloo Mayor Ted Young and Secretary Perales traveled (by car) the three miles of trail to the Kendigs Creek bridge just in time to catch a couple of kayakers.