Gardiner to hold onsite session about ideas for McKay Park April 29

GARDINER — The city and Gardiner Main Street are looking for input on improvements for the the McKay pocket park on Water Street, which the city has received a grant to improve.
An in-person public discussion will be held onsite at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, April 29. Masks must be worn at all times to participate. The park is at 315 Water St., between Bud Bar and Niche Inc.
The $25,000 Community Enterprise Grant, awarded to the city through the Office of Community Development, will require a 25 percent match that will include in-kind services.
Landscape architect Tom Farmer will attend to discuss ideas and options to restore the park and facilitate the discussion.
Those who can’t attend the April 29 session, but would like to provide feedback can fill out a survey by clicking here.