On June 16, 2016

New covered pedestrian bridge celebrated

KILLINGTON — The ribbon is officially cut, opening Killington’s new covered pedestrian bridge over the sidewalk that runs along Killington Road.
The Killington Pico Area Association held an official ribbon-cutting Tuesday, June 14 at 5 p.m. to celebrate the completion of the KPAA’s first beautification project.
The bridge was funded by generous donors including The Moran Family Foundation, The McGovern Family, The Phat Italian, Roaring Brook Brewing and Meg Walsh.
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