new park, berkley, ma
MARGE GHILARDUCCI

Fall River, MA

#1 Oct 20, 2006
NEW PARK IN BERKLEY, MA

Created by the Berkley Historical Commission, the BRIDGE VILLAGE HERITAGE PARK is located at 70 Elm Street at the southeast abutment to the Berkley-Dighton Bridge. Opened October 2006, this .5 acre gem is the perfect place for canoers and kayakers to set their boats in. Motor boats and boats in tow are prohibited. It is also an ideal place for fisherman, picnicers, historians, and children.

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MARGE GHILARDUCCI
BERKLEY HISTORICAL COMMISSION
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your a hoover

Fall River, MA

#3 Dec 11, 2009
i don't think much of you idots
your a hoover

Fall River, MA

#4 Dec 11, 2009
the park belongs to the waste money folks
Hammer

Seattle, WA

#5 Mar 11, 2010
Agree

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