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Landscape Architect Henson's Drawings Show Results Of Tree Grant Dollars At Wor

This article first appeared in issue 11, and was written by Staff.

Darren Henson's drawings for Columbia's Tree City USA project was unveiled at the January Heart of Adair meeting. Billy Joe Fudge and Jane Aaron explained the architect's plan

and shared the progress made since the idea first took root back in July of 1996.

It's fitting that these drawings be revealed at the anniversary of the first town meeting one year ago this month, where over 60 people gathered to explore what things might be done to make life and business better in Columbia. This is just one good result.

Another major goal, incorporating Heart of Adair as a non-profit organization, is about to be completed thanks to the volunteer efforts of Hunter Durham. (Story on page two).

Next: Heart of Adair will sponsor a public town meeting on February 24th to hear about

each possible bypass route around Columbia. Volunteers are being sought to explain the benefits of each

route. Anyone wishing to have a few minutes to speak at the meeting is invited to call Ben Arnold at 384-6400.

This story was posted on 1997-01-15 12:01:01
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