The town’s American Legion Task Force will continue working on ideas for the Post 6 property on Legion Road until November. Public input has led to several plans, most of which share common elements of passive recreation at the rear of the property, active recreation in the center, and development on three to five acres along Legion Road.
The town’s American Legion Task Force will continue working on ideas for the Post 6 property on Legion Road until November. Public input has led to several plans, most of which share common elements of passive recreation at the rear of the property, active recreation in the center, and development on three to five acres along Legion Road. Town of Chapel Hill Contributed
The town’s American Legion Task Force will continue working on ideas for the Post 6 property on Legion Road until November. Public input has led to several plans, most of which share common elements of passive recreation at the rear of the property, active recreation in the center, and development on three to five acres along Legion Road. Town of Chapel Hill Contributed

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