People mover deal needs more time
From the Niagara Falls Review:
It will take at least two more meetings for the city and Niagara Parks Commission to work out a deal to jointly run a people mover bus system that will shuttle tourists among Niagara Falls attractions, commission chairwoman Fay Booker says.
“We have a draft agreement in front of us we’re working on,” Booker said Friday after meeting with Mayor Ted Salci.
They were trying to finalize an agreement in principle they reached in June to run a bus system on roads owned by the parks commission in Queen Victoria Park and on city-owned streets like Clifton Hill and Fallsview Boulevard.
“We’re really hoping by early August,” Booker said when asked how long it might take to finalize the rest of the details.