UGA students assist Archway with building inventory
June 29, 2016
Courtesy of The Metter Advertiser, June 29, 2016
Graduate students from the University of Georgia’s College of Environment and Design (CED) are working with the City of Metter through the Candler Archway Partnership to assist with updating an inventory of historic buildings and landmarks in downtown Metter. The students will visit Metter multiple times throughout the summer as they collaborate with Jaime Riggs, executive director of the Metter-Candler Chamber of Commerce, Downtown Development Authority and Classic Main Street and Welcome Center, to finalize the assessment and highlight the community’s historic gems. The two students, Olivia Head and Shannon Winterhalter, are graduate students in the Master of Historic Preservation program in the CED.