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Silver Lake
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Waterloo’s Silver Lake to undergo $9 million transformation
The project will improve both the environmental features of the lake and the section of Laurel Creek that flows through the park, as well as update the landscaping all around the lake.
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(09-26-2019, 11:58 PM)Acitta Wrote: Waterloo’s Silver Lake to undergo $9 million transformation
The project will improve both the environmental features of the lake and the section of Laurel Creek that flows through the park, as well as update the landscaping all around the lake.

The boardwalk along the lake has been torn up.
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#18
Flash From the Past: Silver Lake’s Golden Years in Waterloo Park
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#19
Waterloo OK’s new skate park, upgrades to Waterloo Park
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The cost for the lake/park renovations has increased by 4 million, though it's still coming in way under the budget they had planned for: https://www.kitchenertoday.com/local-new...et-3647786
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#23
Opening is delayed to "September or early fall". https://www.therecord.com/news/waterloo-...-says.html
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