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Baker Avenue Pavilion Set For Formal Opening Saturday

Written By Editor on 7/1/13 | 7/1/13

The brainchild of Village Trustee Bill Morton, the Baker Avenue Pavilion in Middleburgh is set for its formal opening this Saturday during the Village's Middleburgh Pride Day.

Funded by the New York State Main Street Grant and originally slated for completion under former Mayor Bill McCabe's watch in 2008, the pavilion was constructed between April and June of this year by BOCES and other volunteers after the idea was resurrected by the Village Board.
Mayor Matthew Avitabile, in a brief email exchange, said "It is another improvement for the community," and that he was "very thankful to those that have made this happen."
The pavilion and other community projects will be showcased during this weekend's community event, which will feature a walking tour and other activities from eleven in the morning until seven Saturday evening.
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