October 18, 2011
This proposed plan for renovation of Memorial Field into a downtown park includes a number of features Fulton residents have said they would like to see, with the spray ground being the most popular. The Parks and Recreation Department is researching costs to figure out which elements the city can afford with its $100,000 budget.
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Memorial Field will have a new look soon. The city council approved a plan to renovate the area into an urban park during its regular meeting on Oct. 11. Parks and Recreation Director Clay Caswell already has begun pricing the various elements being considered for the park — including a spray ground, a concrete stage, a shelter, a fountain and a playground — so the city may begin moving forward with plans.
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