Woman sets out to save son's memorial park
CALVERT CITY, Ky. -- A local city commissioner says he wants to see major changes at the city skate park before investing any more of your money.
A woman trying to save the park, named after her late son, says any problems with the 'Chris Bynum Skate Park' in Calvert City, Kentucky are blown out of proportion.
The mayor said in June the park board wanted to take fifty thousand dollars to redo the basketball court and expand it to this area.
They wanted to disassemble the skate park equipment and put it in storage until they find another place for it.
But a mother fighting to save the skatepark fears if it's ever taken apart it'll never be put back together.
Hale said she'll work hard to change all that, to save the park her son never lived to see.
The police chief said there have not been many problems and he's not concerned about mischief or crime at the park.