Shore Road Pathway

Updated 10/09/2012

Approximately 100 residents gathered at Town Hall to walk the new Shore Road Pathway and to attend a dedication ceremony at the path's starting point near Fort Williams Park on Monday, Oct. 8. There, they were joined by other residents gathered to dedicate the newest testament to the spirit of community in Cape Elizabeth. (photos below - click for larger images - courtesy Maureen O'Meara, town planner)


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Dedication Ceremony and Guided Walk Oct. 8, 2012

100 residents gather behind Town Hall at 3 p.m. on Columbus Day
100 residents gather behind Town Hall at 3 p.m. on Columbus Day to walk the Shore Rd Path to attend the ceremony at 4 p.m. Andie Mahoney leads the runners at the front of the trek. (10/08/2012)
The first length of the Dedication Day walk
The first length of the Dedication Day walk (10/08/2012)
Crossing Shore Road near the Town Center
Crossing Shore Road near the Town Center (10/08/2012)
One hundred walkers trek from the Town Center to Fort Williams
One hundred walkers trek from the Town Center to Fort Williams (10/08/2012)
Thank you sign and cookies left out for walkers
Thank you sign and cookies left out for walkers (10/08/2012)
Walkers across from Smugglers Cove Road
Walkers across from Smugglers Cove Road (10/08/2012)
Shore Road Path Committee Chair Paul Thelin and wife walk the path to the ceremony
Shore Road Path Committee Chair Paul Thelin and wife walk the path to the ceremony (10/08/2012)
More walkers at Pond CoveMore walkers at Pond Cove (10/08/2012)
More walkers
More walkers (10/08/2012)
Walking the path to Fort Williams
Walking the path to Fort Williams (10/08/2012)
The last leg
The last leg (10/08/2012)
Crossing Shore Road on the path
Crossing Shore Road on the path (10/08/2012)
Andrea Kouros and paraolympian daughter Christina cross shore rd as Sue 
Mitchell acts as crossing guard before dedication
Andrea Kouros and paralympian daughter Christina cross Shore Road as Sue Mitchell acts as crossing guard before the dedication (10/08/2012)
100 attendees walk the Shore Road Path and join more at the ceremony at Fort Williams
Kids chalk the path (10/08/2012)
Dedication ceremony
Dedication ceremony (10/08/2012)
Town Council Chair Sara Lennon begins ceremony
Town Council Chair Sara Lennon begins ceremony (10/08/2012)

>New Shore Road Path dedication rock
New Shore Road Path dedication rock (10/08/2012)


Other images
Julie Ann Lane residents walk the finished path
Julie Ann Lane residents walk the finished path (09/07/2012)
Kids walk an unfinished portion
Kids walk an unfinished portion (09/07/2012)
Dog walker at Belfied Road
Dog walker at Belfied Road (09/07/2012)
Resident Peter Rich uses the path to return a book to the library.
Resident Peter Rich uses the path to return a book to the library. (09/07/2012)
A runner, between path sections
A runner, between path sections (09/07/2012)
A runner gets back on the path
A runner gets back on the path (09/07/2012)
Runner uses a finished portion
Runner uses a finished portion (09/07/2012)
Runner uses a finished portion
Runner uses a finished portion (09/07/2012)
at old Fort Williams gate
At old Fort Williams gate (08/08/2012)
In front of 1015 Shore Road
In front of 1015 Shore Road (08/08/2012)
Greenbelt Connector
Greenbelt Connector (08/08/2012)
In front of 1021 Shore Road
In front of 1021 Shore Road (08/08/2012)
Dyer Pond Guardrail
Dyer Pond Guardrail (08/08/2012)
Fort Williams Connector
Fort Williams Connector (08/08/2012)
contract signing
Town Manager Michael McGovern, left, and L.P. "Skip" Murray sign construction contract on June 8, 2012.
Images courtesy Maureen O'Meara, town planner

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  • General: Robert Malley, Director of Public Works, 207-799-4151
  • Contractor: L.P. Murray & Sons, Cape Elizabeth, L.P. "Skip" Murray, president and project construction supervisor, 207-799-4216
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