From the Niagara Falls Review:
Access to the centre island pedestrian bridge at Dufferin Islands, from Burning Springs Hill, will be closed for two weeks for repairs.
The maintenance work is scheduled to begin Tuesday.
Wood joists and supports will be replaced, as well as portions of the railings and deck boards before levelling the approaches to the pedestrian bridge.
From the Niagara Gazette:
Some of the most popular locations at the Niagara Falls State Park will be closed to the public for a while as workers began nearly $3.2 million in renovations.
State officials and local politicians gathered at a park press conference Tuesday to announce what were called “much needed renovations” at Luna Island and Three Sisters Island. The islands will be receiving new pedestrian walkways, overlook improvements, enhanced landscaping, new benches, light posts and railings, among other improvements.
The other day I saw a work crew out fixing some concrete work along Murray St between the Fallsview Casino and the Skylon Tower. Yesterday they were out painting the railings.