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.