New waterfront railing options were presented to the Broadwater residents to replace the decayed, unsafe and ugly bollards between the roadway and the waterfront. Four options were presented, ranging in cost from $10,000 to $75,000 for the residents' share (the city will be contributing $25,000). The residents voted for the option you see shown with an approximate cost to Broadwater of $35,000. Even residents who do not travel on this road contributed, since it improves the whole neighborhood. Many thanks to resident John Sokol for all his assistance, and also to fellow Board member, Mike Zito, for the many hours they both contributed - and thanks to the residents and neighbors who contributed to this project.
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