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Title: Prince Arthur's Landing Experience Display
Date: June 2, 2008
The themed Waterfront Display highlights the many experiences that people of all ages will be able to enjoy when Prince Arthur’s Landing at Marina Park is fully developed. Local people are featured in the artwork. The proposed timeline for development of the expanded 35 acre mixed-use park is also included

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