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New Arena in Waterville Maine Will Be Built with Infrastructure Equipment Donated by Colby College

Last week The Kennebec Journal and Morning Sentinel reported that The City of Waterville Maine has plans to build a new community ice rink with infrastructure equipment donated by Colby College.

The new ice rink is to be built in the area of the existing Alfond Youth & Community Center on North Street, now that the city council has approved a long-term (99-year) lease of property.

According to the article, “Colby College has donated to the Alfond Center boards, glass, lighting and other hockey-related equipment from the Alfond Field House rink. That facility is being demolished. Colby has completed building a $200 million athletic complex near it.”

The new Waterville community ice rink would replace the ice time that has been lost due to the closure of Sukee Arena, which was located across the river from Waterville in Winslow.

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