Gloucester Times: Lt. Gov. Timothy P. Murray brought the Seaport Advisory Council to Gloucester this past Wednesday, with grants of nearly $6 million on the agenda for formal vote and distribution for port projects.
And those grant include an additional $700,000 more for the Harborwalk project being advanced by Mayor Carolyn Kirk.
If approved, and agenda votes by the council typically are pro forma, the city will have received $1.2 million for the Harborwalk, now under design by Cambridge Seven Associates to unify the harbor from Commercial Street to Harbor Loop.
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