Revised Plan For Frontier Culture Museum Moves Forward

STAUNTON, Va. -- Staunton city leaders have agreed the Frontier Culture Museum gets to move forward on a revised master plan for more development in the area.

Staunton City Council voted to pass a revised master plan which the Frontier Culture Museum hopes will bring in restaurants and shops.

The new plan also includes a trail for walking, jogging, and biking.

There are some concerns from people who are worried about the area's Avenue of Trees that serve as a memorial for soldiers who were killed in past wars.

"There's a tree planted for each individual and there's a dog tag on each tree with the guy's name. So they're getting ready to redo this Frontier Museum thing and I really want to see if those trees maintain, or taken care of, or replanted," says veteran Baldwin Jennings.

Council members say they will look further into the issue. is happy to provide a forum for commenting and discussion. Please respect and abide by the house rules:

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