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Village of Clayton Unveils New Sign for Frink Park Docks

10.18.2011 <br> The Ship Watcher and the Village of Clayton created the sign with the hopes of bringing more people into the downtown area.

The Village of Clayton has unveiled new logo for signage along the waterfront docks.

The new logo will be used on a sign for the Thousand Islands Regional Dock in downtown Clayton was put in place at Frink Park. The Ship Watcher and the Village of Clayton created the sign with the hopes of bringing more people into the downtown area.

The docks in Frink Park have hosted many different vessels throughout the years, but most recently played home to two tall ships, two US Coast Guard Cutters, numerous yachts, as well as regular visiting tugs from the Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation.

The 300-foot plus dock is intended for the use of large visiting vessels, and is a certified Port of Entry by the US Department of Homeland Security.

"By creating an identity for the dock, we hope to attract additional vessels in the future, including cruise ships," said Michael Folsom, the Ship Watcher.

The new marking includes the iconic Calumet Island tower, which can bee seen from the dock in Clayton; an anchor, which is a fixture in Frink Park; and rolling waves, which represent the St. Lawrence River.

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