Milton Public Library patrons may have noticed a stunning addition to the grounds of the library. An American flag now flies proudly above the stone signage that faces Canton Avenue and Reedsdale Road. It is a great enhancement that was generously donated and installed by Driscoll Landscaping.
Driscoll provides groundskeeping and maintenance for the library property. They recently reached out to the library trustees to inquire if there would be interest in a flagpole. Receiving an emphatic yes, the Driscoll team installed the pole and raised the flag.
“We are deeply grateful to John Driscoll and his firm for their great donation of this great outdoor asset to our grounds,” said Brendan McLaughlin Chair of the Library Board of Trustees. “The flag enhances the front of the library and provides a complementary accent to this building that is central to the town.”
“The library is an important public building that serves as the cultural center of our town. We appreciate the opportunity to maintain the grounds and are proud that we can contribute this wonderful addition to the grounds,” said John Driscoll.
The above release was provided by Frank Schroth, Milton Library Board of Trustees.