Finishing up park for furry friends

Messenger photo by Kristy Zurbrick

(Posted July 19, 2018)

Donald Freeman and Tim Freeman of Freeman & Sons Fencing in London finish work on fencing for London’s new dog park. Next up is finishing the parking lot, running water to the site for drinking fountains for humans and canines, and installing trash receptacles.

Mayor Patrick Closser said the park should be open to visitors in a week or two.

Located at the corner of Keny Boulevard and State Route 38 (Elm Street), near London Middle School and London Elementary School, the park features separate areas for small dogs and large dogs.

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