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Charlottetown Mayor Clifford Lee checks his notes during the regular monthly meeting of council Monday.
Charlottetown Mayor Clifford Lee says there are no changes in the works for the boardwalk at Victoria Park.
Lee met with two concerned city residents today about rumours circulating that the boardwalk was going to be widened to accommodate cyclists.
Bob and Maureen Hutcheson presented Lee with a petition containing more than 300 names, all supporting their concerns.
The concerns stem from a consultant’s report released earlier this year in regards to potential changes for the city’s crown jewel park in the future. Widening the boardwalk so it could be used by a number of stakeholders was one of many recommendations.
Lee told The Guardian the city has no intentions of making any changes to the boardwalk.
More on this story later, full details in the print and e-editions of The Guardian tomorrow.