LIVERPOOL, N.Y. -- The ribbon was cut on the new clock tower near Washington Park in Liverpool.
Donations from business owners and individuals made the $32,000 project possible.
A group led by Fisher Construction helped organize the village's newest landmark.
Leaders say it's a great piece to have for people entering their community.
"The villagers thought that this would be something very prominently displayed. Very key to our village, a real welcoming to our village and something that would last for a number of years," said Dennis Hebert, Village of Liverpool Trustee.
People can purchase a brick for $50 to contribute to the project. The name of the donor is inscribed on the bricks. People who donate more than $500 will have their name inscribed on the post.
If you're interested in donating, contact the village office at (315) 457-3441, or visit the office at 310 Sycamore Street in Liverpool.