“In 2007, the town of Stallings, North Carolina, began developing a new vision for an old and worn out downtown park at the center of town. The park, across from the town hall on Stallings Road, needed a new image, and an exciting and unique feature to draw in locals and passers-by.
Led by the Stallings Park and Recreation Committee, the town staff and City Council came together to develop a master plan for the new park. Given the proximity to downtown and the quasi-urban setting, a more formal character was envisioned for the park, including greens framed by tree-lined walks and arbors with a significant water feature as a centerpiece.” – LASN
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