Project To Illuminate Jamestown’s Cityscape Is Complete

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JAMESTOWN, NY (WNY News Now) – A project to illuminate Jamestown’s cityscape is complete.

Mayor Eddie Sundquist is hosting a “flip the switch” celebration to cap off the Riverwalk Illumination Project.

This effort installed multi-colored at several notable locations across town, including at Jamestown City Hall.

In addition, other notable landmarks like the Jamestown BPU coal silo, Washington Street Bridge piers and the Main Street Bridge arches over the Chadakoin River are also illuminated.

The “flip the switch” celebration is open to the public. It kicks off on Thursday at 4:30 p.m. at Panzarella Park on West Second Street along the Jamestown Riverwalk


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