South Park Bridge Ribbon Cutting

At 9:45 am on a beautiful, first day of spring, with the Chairman of TRAC, Bruce Pryde, to his left; Mayor Kinskey standing behind him and surrounded by ambassadors, Jeff Mock a client of RENEW, cut the ribbon to officially open the South Park Bridge. After the ribbon cutting Jeff was the first to traverse the bridge. Jeff had appeared before the city council when the bridge and pathway through South Park were in the discussion stage and expressed his desire to see the park ADA (American with Disabilities Act) accessible to himself and all others. View the video

At 9:45 am on a beautiful, first day of spring, with the Chairman of TRAC, Bruce Pryde, to his left; Mayor Kinskey standing behind him and surrounded by ambassadors Jeff Mock, a client of RENEW, cut the ribbon to officially open the South Park Bridge.
At 9:45 am on a beautiful, first day of spring, with the Chairman of TRAC, Bruce Pryde, to his left; Mayor Kinskey standing behind him and surrounded by ambassadors Jeff Mock, a client of RENEW, cut the ribbon to officially open the South Park Bridge.
Jeff Mock in the first offical crossing after the ribbon cutting of the South Park Bridge
Jeff Mock in the first offical crossing after the ribbon cutting of the South Park Bridge