Michael Webb, left, and Matt Rogers work together Tuesday to construct a stone wall as part of upgrades to the interior and exterior of the pavilion at Wheeler Park off Parker Road. The SPLOST-funded project includes remodeling the bathrooms -- new anti-graffiti walls, new sinks, electrical, gutters and ceilings. On the exterior, the pavilion will have vinyl siding and masonry boards when the project is completed. Also working on the project Tuesday were Willie Baskins and Shannon Lowe. Staff Photo: Sue Ann Kuhn-Smith

Michael Webb, left, and Matt Rogers work together Tuesday to construct a stone wall as part of upgrades to the interior and exterior of the pavilion at Wheeler Park off Parker Road. The SPLOST-funded project includes remodeling the bathrooms -- new anti-graffiti walls, new sinks, electrical, gutters and ceilings. On the exterior, the pavilion will have vinyl siding and masonry boards when the project is completed. Also working on the project Tuesday were Willie Baskins and Shannon Lowe. Staff Photo: Sue Ann Kuhn-Smith

Upgrades are under way at Wheeler Park.

Comments

trOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL 1 year, 5 months ago

what a waste of money, sure is a nice home for some homeless folks though

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roots 1 year, 5 months ago

A park named after Wheeler, should be a Landfill. As commissioner he did more harm to the County than Oprah. Go back and look at his record for changes to the building codes, lot size requirements, high density developments and spot zoning.

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