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St. Michaels Community Organizers Discuss New Visions by Dick Cooper

A vibrant new Community Center could evolve from two decay ing houses, an antique auto museum could be the latest incarnation of an old lumber yard building, and a vacant former church could become an industrious artisans’ gallery. These fresh ideas are all aimed at stimu-

lating the economy of St. Michaels. While those involved in these plans are quick to point out that the concepts are in the formative stages, they say there is a growing excitement to move ahead. More than 70 area residents have signed up for regular e-mail updates and

Connor Street houses. The town-owned house on the left could become Community Center offices and the other two houses would be joined to form the new Community Center. 45

November 2012 Tidewater Times  

November 2012 Tidewater Times

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