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Heritage Park in Kaysville starting to take shape

KAYSVILLE (Davis County Clipper) — What many hope will become a gem of green in downtown Kaysville continues to take shape.

Heritage Park is a four-acre plus plot where the old Clover Club potato chip factory stood for many years.

The city’s parks department was busy, before the snow flew, replacing what had been basically a big dirt pile with 174,000 square feet of sod – and doing it within only a matter of 1 1/2 days.

Chanshare Outdoors, a Kaysville company, provided the sod that seemed to magically change the face of most of the park, said Parks Supervisor Vance Garfield.

“A private donation of $10,000 helped pay for that sod,” he said, noting attention the park space has received, due to its central city location.

“The public works department had a big role in this, Larry Mills and crew,” Garfield said. P&S Sprinkler and Tri-City Nursery were also involved.

Some 1.5 acres on the southwest corner of the park will be used to build the new Kaysville Branch Library – hopefully in the next few years.

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