EAST ALDINE, Texas – Commissioner Jack Morman will begin trail reconstruction at W.E. Bill Crowley Park the week of Monday, June 12th. The $400,000 project includes widening and reconstructing the half-mile asphalt trail to a concrete walkway.
Portions of the trail and all surrounding amenities will remain open for the duration of construction. Park goers are encouraged to take caution around the construction site and be mindful of directional signage for access points to amenities.
W.E. “Bill” Crowley Park, or “Lauder Park” as its known in the community, was named after a longtime Road and Bridge Superintendent who worked for Commissioner E.A. “Squatty” Lyons. Bill Crowley also happened to be a co-worker of our very own EAMD Board Chair, Gerald Overturff. Crowley Park is the busiest park in the East Aldine area, with daily usage totals in the thousands.
Construction is expected to be complete in the third quarter of 2017.
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