Bay County, Fla. - After four months of hard work a St.Andrews 140 year old national historic landmark has become more accessible for everyone!
The Governor Stone's new and improved floating dock, as well as two new slips for transient boats, was revealed today during a ribbon cutting ceremony, the project cost $215,874.36 to build and will now allow for wheelchair access.
Friends of the Governor Stone is run completely by volunteers. If you'd like to become involved with the group get more information at Governorstone.org.
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