Temporary inconvenience yields long-term improvements
If you've traveled to or from Topeka Presbyterian Manor recently, you've no doubt noticed some things aren't quite like they used to be. Starting in early February, work began on resurfacing the entire parking lot, as well as many walkways.
"Some residents have had to park in different places while work is going on, but it's only temporary. The project is supposed to take around a month, so hopefully, it will wrap up in mid-March, depending on the weather. It's something that's been needed for a while now, so we're glad to see it happening," said Chelsea Watgen, director of sales and marketing.
If you have any questions regarding the process, please contact Sterling Emerson, operations manager, at 785-272-6510.