Thursday, April 1, 2010

No city permit needed. The Veterans Administration was given this land by the RNCIC and it is being cleared for gravesites and access from Hill Avenue. Had our Congressmen and senators worked last year to buy the sale barn, this could have been averted

Reusing dark, rich prairie soil on National Cemetery new land

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Please click on link to ENLARGE view of lot on Hill Avenue being cleared for National Cemetery.

Two homes of low-income workers in Fayetteville were destroyed to make this space available.


Anonymous said...

I thought you said Boozman was going to help get funds for the land acquisition. Have you asked him why he then voted against the VA appropriation for national cemeteries?

aubunique said...

Now that he is running for Senate against Blanche, cooperation is impossible, I suppose.
The question is which candidates for House and Senate will put this need on their platform?