Planning for the futureForrest City is one step closer to having both a new city hall and new swimming pool facilities, as blueprints for both projects have been completed and delivered to the mayor's office. Mayor Larry Bryant inspects the blueprints for the swimming facilities to be built beside the Multi-Purpose Center, which will include a therapy pool and a six-lane competition swimming pool. Photo by Caleb Talley
Mayor receives plans for new FC City Hall - “Once we get the company in here to frame that baby and get it going, we’ll have it up in no time.” – Mayor Larry Bryant
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