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Town Center Beautification

February 29, 2016

Town Center Beautification

February 29, 2016

Since inception in 1997, the Town Center CID has invested over $3 Million in beautification projects and landscape maintenance within the District.  From enhancing gateway locations welcoming all to the area, planting Cherokee roses along Noonday Creek Trail, facing concrete walls with Elberton Granite, beautifying medians with native flora, cleaning the roadways and sidewalks to maintaining each of these projects, the District has developed a distinct style for all to enjoy and appreciate.

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