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Mar 012013
 
Photo by Linda Kor Holbrook residents may notice something missing from Gillespie Park, located at the intersection of Hopi Drive and Navajo Blvd. Earlier this week city workers including Michael Kennedy (foreground) and Frank Rasheed removed the large planter in the center of the park to make way for what Facilities and Maintenance Director Tim Kelley called “a more user-friendly, tourist friendly environment.” While the final plans have not been completed, the expectation is to clear the center area for benches and tables, and perhaps an area for performers.

Photo by Linda Kor
Holbrook residents may notice something missing from Gillespie Park, located at the intersection of Hopi Drive and Navajo Blvd. Earlier this week city workers including Michael Kennedy (foreground) and Frank Rasheed removed the large planter in the center of the park to make way for what Facilities and Maintenance Director Tim Kelley called “a more user-friendly, tourist friendly environment.” While the final plans have not been completed, the expectation is to clear the center area for benches and tables, and perhaps an area for performers.