By David Stewart
“So the problem is that we have about $8,000 to $9,000 in needs and we have $5,000 to spend. Is that about right?” asked Jody Carroll, a Union College representative at the November Health Coalition meeting.
The comment benchmarked the conversation, and the group voted to spend the $5,000 by allotting $1,800 to the Farmer’s Market and the remaining $3,200 to complete the frontage and signs for Sandy Bottoms Hike and Nature Trail. In the event funds are left over, the Flat Lick walking track will receive the remainder.
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