Council hears that anonymous donor supporting project
By Rich Bauer, Managing Editor
Wednesday, March 20, 2013 at 11:03 am
Vandalia aldermen learned more details on Monday about the plan to solve the unsuccessful planting of trees along Gallatin Street in the downtown business district.
Mayor Rick Gottman reported that city employees have helped a private contractor remove any remaining trees, along with the containers in which they were planted.
In those holes, redbud, lilac and crab apple trees will be planted, with the Vandalia Rotary Club maintaining them.
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