Boca Raton seeks input on waterfront project

BOCA RATON, Fla. - A multi-million dollar renovation is planned for the Boca Raton waterfront, but before the city finalizes its plans, they want the public’s input.

The city held a public meeting Monday night to get feedback on what the city should do at James A. Rutherford Park and Lake Wyman Park. Both sit along the Intracoastal Waterway and the city would like to connect them with the other parks along the water. 

The city will look at adding boat ramps, walking trails, and even kayaking trails. 

The master plan estimates the project will cost about $12 million. 

The hope is to have the final project done by 2020. 
 

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