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Students design concept for Tennille streetscape in Washington Co.

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Students design concept for Tennille streetscape in Washington Co.

Kiley Aguar, a CED master’s student and Archway Partnership graduate assistant, presents streetscape concepts to the Tennille City Council in late November. The project is part of the Washington County Archway Partnership’s ongoing efforts to address issues of economic and community development.

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