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Friday, August 8, 2014

Ground to be broken for Kinzua Visitors Center

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9 comments :

Anonymous said...

Another waste of money by the DCNR

Anonymous said...

That looks ridiculous!
Bigger is always better when the money is free.

Anonymous said...

There is no need for it to be so big, half that size would be good. Unless there is more going on there than they gave stated down size the building.

Anonymous said...

I am not sure if anyone else feels the same way, but I think all of this money being spent to build a visitor's center, etc. could have been used to but the bridge back up. Anyone else?

Anonymous said...

Why whats the point i could see this if the bride was still there an the old steam trains where taken people across not only that but just think of all the people that use to go there an well now theres only a hand full each year the out look sucks an now i wonder with all the cash being dumped on a hole lot of nothing who really makes out at the end i mean if they could do all this then why didnt they just wait to replace the bridge..so sad this makes me sick!!

Anonymous said...

I've been there twice in the past 3 months. Once on a Thursday, once on a Sunday. On the Thursday, there was a steady stream of visitors. On the Sunday, the parking lot was packed. If building a new visitors center will help bring more tourists to the area, it will benefit our economy.

Anonymous said...

Trickle down. Think of the jobs created by this.

Anonymous said...

Trickle down? Dont you think rebuilding the bridge would have created alot more jobs which also the time frame to build the brige would have been much longer but all in all the real troubleing fact is are kids grandkids ect will never get the chance to walk across this great bridge like many of us once did an it all boils down to someone elses greed!

Anonymous said...

I walked across the bridge, as well as my fourth grade class a few years ago. We did this as a class field trip from Coudersport.

Leonard Snyder