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Robert Moses Fishing Facilities to Close for Construction

Robert Daly

September 28, 2007


LEWISTON—The New York Power Authority (NYPA) plans to close the public fishing facilities near the base of the Robert Moses Niagara Power Plant on Monday, October 8.

Construction at the site will entail civil improvements to enhance safety in preparation for future parking enhancements NYPA has committed to as part of the Niagara Power Project Relicensing agreement.

Work at the site is expected to last through the fall season.

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