10 Years Ago

Park Elevator Now Working


Herald of April 30, 2009

Almost five years since a $1 million renovation project at Memorial Park was approved, the facility’s elevator is finally operational. President Luanne Eckenrode was happy to say that inspectors recently visited the park and gave approval to begin operation. When the renovation project began in 2004, park officials were told that the park would be “grandfathered” in and would not need an elevator. State officials, however, changed their mind and told directors that an elevator must be installed at the facility. At no fault by the park, revisions to the elevator were made time and time again by inspectors before final approval.

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