Good news for the skaters in and around Rochester, NY as the City Council just approved a new outdoor skate park. The vote was a clean 9-0 and is one of thirteen projects under the Roc the Riverway program. Estimated to cost $2M the 38,000-square-foot cement park will be built under the east end of the Susan B. Anthony-Frederick Douglass Bridge (map below).
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