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thank goodness for some happy news. this will take 10 minutes off my commute, and no more biking past the Gravelly Point portapotties.

Great to hear this but 18 months? I wish they could build the esplanade/bike path first and open that sooner. They could install a temporary fence next to that while construction continued on the fields and the rest of the park. But that's just my idea.

And as a triathlete, I have a keen interest in the "state-of-the-art" aquatic facility that is also being planned for the park, but it looks like that won't be ready for a few years. A 50m year-round indoor pool is an awesome idea, but it's not of much use if it only exists on paper. :(

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