By the end of June work is expected to begin on the Blue Water River Walk which will close public access to the Desmond Landing waterfont until the month of November. A contract has recently been signed between the Community Foundation of St. Clair County along with its subsidiary Blue Water Land Fund with Lee & Ryan Environmental Consultants for about $1 million to do the majority of the shoreline work this year. A meeting has been set for today to discuss the fate of the DB Harrington, which is a steam locomotive owned by the Port Huron Museum and currently in storage. According to RanDy Maiers of the Community Foundation the hope is that the locomotive will go on display near the railroad ferry dock on the walk. Once it is completed, the River Walk will be 4,300 feet long – 10-feet-wide and will run along the shoreline between Vantage Point and the Seaway Terminal. The entire cost of the project is estimated to be between $5 million and $6 million.