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Monday, April 14, 2014

Grant Funds Sought For Upgrades At Rotary Park

   Lawrenceburg leaders have agreed to apply for grant funds that would be earmarked for upgrades at Rotary Park.

   Members of the Lawrenceburg Board of Mayor and Council voted Thursday to submit an application seeking $100,664 in grant funding through the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation.

   Department Supervisor Beth Campbell explained that a needs assessment had been conducted throughout the city’s park system. She said that the assessment showed that Rotary Park had the greatest need for upgrades and renovations, followed by Bobby Brewer Memorial Park.

   Should the grant funds be received, Campbell said they would be used for renovations to the playground, picnic shelters, basketball courts, gymnasiums, rest room facilities, walking track, stock barn pavilion, main entrance, arena grandstand, parking areas, and fencing for both security purposes and to bring the facility up to standards set forth through the Americans with Disabilities Act.

   The grant requires matching funds from the local government.

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