Work will resume at the Gen. Douglas L. McBride-Roswell Veterans Cemetery next week as officials look to host a grand opening July 4.
Parks Superintendent Ken Smith told city councilors Thursday that he expected work to begin on laser leveling the grounds Monday. The project should cost $4,000.
“We’ve received $75,000 from the previous administration to install an asphalt curb and gutter, and an entrance the veterans cemetery,” Smith said. “To date, we have spent about $42,000 on an asphalt curb and gutter, and I have redesigned the 2-acre area Login to read more