MOORESVILLE Davidson recently received a $25,000 grant from the Lowe’s Charitable and Educational Foundation for a new pedestrian bridge at Roosevelt Wilson Park along Griffith Street.“We are overwhelmed by the generosity of the Lowe’s Charitable and Educational Foundation and are very excited to work with them on this project,” Mayor John Woods said in a statement. “Roosevelt Wilson Park is at the gateway of our community, and we look forward to its ongoing beautification, of which this new bridge is a part.”The bridge will cost $76,000. The town included $51,000 for the project in its fiscal year 2013 budget.The Lawrence Group developed the plan for the redesigned bridge, which will be lower to the ground to make the pond more visible to vehicles, town officials said. The bridge also will include a viewing station for pedestrians. The new bridge will be part of a larger, five-year maintenance and enhancement project for the park. The Davidson Public Works Department already has made numerous improvements to the park, including landscaping; installing concrete and brick-edged sidewalks, which are 30 percent complete; replacing the decking and handrails on the boardwalk over the pond, improving the fountain and aeration equipment; and goose control.Lennar building in Pecan Hills Miami-based Lennar Corp., which builds homes in 18 states, announced recently that it will build 44 homes in the Pecan Hills subdivision off Shinnville Road, just east of U.S. 21. Lennar has a model home in the community and is pre-selling its planned 2,200- to 3,200-square-foot single-family homes. The homes will feature four to six bedrooms and 2 1/2 to 4 1/2 bathrooms. Prices start in the $200,000s. Homes will be Energy Star 3.0-certified and include GE stainless steel appliances, granite countertops and maple cabinetry in the home’s base price.Lennar’s Pecan Hills welcome center is at 142 Sugar Magnolia Drive. Details: Wayne Diegelmann, 704-212-2011; firstname.lastname@example.org. Town may apply for garden grantThe Mooresville Board of Commissioners on Feb. 4 will consider a request from the Mooresville Recreation Department to apply for a National Park and Recreation Association 2013 Community Garden Grant.Grant requests can range from $2,500 to $7,500, town officials said. Recreation will use the money to enhance the Cascade Community Garden with the Top of the Lake Rotary Club. No matching funds from the town are required to receive a grant.The commissioners meeting will be at 6 p.m. at town hall, 413 N. Main St.