Felipe Gaspar, a C.R. Sod employee, flings an empty pallet into place during the sodding of part of Veteran’s Community Park off Joy Circle. In the background is Sunset Cove, a timeshare unit. Job supervisor Lucao Rocha said work started Monday, and should be completed by Friday. The section of the park, about the size of a football field, is phase one of the beautification of Veteran’s Park, said City Public Information Coordinator Lisa Douglass. Phase two will be a larger part of the park, which has been used by the city as a staging area for its infrastructural improvements. Douglass said the fenced-off area of that part of the park will gradually shrink, and that the dirt should be gone by the spring of 2008. End plans for the park will be addressed by an advisory committee to the city’s Parks & Recreation department, Douglass said.

Photo by QUENTIN ROUX, Eagle staff

Felipe Gaspar, a C.R. Sod employee, flings an empty pallet into place during the sodding of part of Veteran’s Community Park off Joy Circle. In the background is Sunset Cove, a timeshare unit. Job supervisor Lucao Rocha said work started Monday, and should be completed by Friday. The section of the park, about the size of a football field, is phase one of the beautification of Veteran’s Park, said City Public Information Coordinator Lisa Douglass. Phase two will be a larger part of the park, which has been used by the city as a staging area for its infrastructural improvements. Douglass said the fenced-off area of that part of the park will gradually shrink, and that the dirt should be gone by the spring of 2008. End plans for the park will be addressed by an advisory committee to the city’s Parks & Recreation department, Douglass said.

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