"Focus on the Augusta-Waterville Region" piece on Run of the River Project, a pr
"Focus on the Augusta-Waterville Region" piece on Run of the River Project, a proposal by Jeff McCabe and others to build a whitewater park along a section of the Skowhegan Gorge by creating artificial features that will draw kayakers. Organizers hope it will be completed in time to be used as a training venue for the 2012 Summer Olympics and that it will give a continued economic boost to the town. Greg Dore, Skowhegan's road commissioner and chairman of the project committee, has brought the project, whose estimated cost is some $1.5 million, to the attention of town officials. A feasibility study has been done. With details on possible environmental, regulatory and other obstacles to the plan and on the development schedule.
Canoes and canoeing, Run of the River Project
Smith, Taylor, ""Focus on the Augusta-Waterville Region" piece on Run of the River Project, a pr" (2005). Maine News Index – MaineBiz. 2992.
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