Damaged Memorial Stones to be Removed

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By Trish Gerken, DMI Executive Director

Some years ago Downtown Milford Inc. hosted a fundraising campaign which sold memorial stones to neighbors, businesses and organizations. These stones are incorporated into the sidewalks on Front Street, Walnut Street and throughout Bicentennial Park. Sadly, some of these stones did not weather as we had hoped and now create walking hazards requiring removal and replacement with red brick. If you purchased a stone please inform us at director@downtownmilford.org so that we can identify yours. If your stone requires removal and you would like it as a keepsake we will set it aside and notify you when available for pick up.

DMI is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization continually promoting quality civic, commercial, and cultural development of the historic central business district, which is the heart of community life in Milford, Delaware. You can also keep up with the latest downtown happenings at www.downtownmilford.org or visit us on Facebook.

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