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Maury Lewis: Accolades for whoever is responsible for . . .

She'd hoped for a new surface. Wrote to CM about it. And whether by coincidence of providential interference, she is one grateful Beautiful Joppan

Maury Lewis writes:
THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU to ALL who had anything to do with the resurfacing of the walking-running track at Jim Blair Community Center.

How long do we have to wait before we can hit the pavement? melewi --Maury Lewis

I'd like to know, too Rounding up the usual suspects, it could be the City of Columbia, Fiscal Court, or maybe even the Parks & Recreation Board, the most likely perpetrators of this major progress. - EW



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