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PUBLIC MEETING: Forum pools ideas on future facility

July 31, 2013

Citizens interested in the future of aquatics in Columbia City will have a chance for their voices to be heard in a public forum.

The Aquatics Task Force will be holding a public meeting Wednesday, Aug. 14, at 7 p.m. in the Common Council Chambers in City Hall.

Representatives from Counsilman Hunsaker and Martin Riley, aquatics architecture firms, will be on hand to give recommendations to residents.

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