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Foust Brockman property being bought by City

By Linda Waggener

The ghost of Ralph Hurt is smiling down on his town today.

His daughter Pam Hurt Foust protected the 17.9 wooded acres and historic home until it was sold at auction and became the Brockman property. Timber was sold and some clearing has been done.

Today, in a special called City Council Meeting there was a unanimous vote to purchase the land and buildings so that the City can preserve it as a Park, belonging to all citizens for all time to come.

This story was posted on 2019-12-06 14:17:43
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