Wednesday, October 22, 2003

Workshop shows how to preserve open space

The Cincinnati Enquirer

ROSS TWP. - A training workshop on the preservation of open space within residential developments will be held at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at Ross High School.

This free workshop is designed for public officials, but is open to the public.

It is being presented by the Butler County commissioners, Ross Township trustees, the Butler County Department of Development, Three Valley Conservation Trust and the Miami Resource Conservation and Development's Livable Landscapes Project.

Funding was provided by the Greater Cincinnati Foundation, the Hamilton Community Foundation, the Oxford Community Foundation and the Cinergy Foundation.

Ross High is at 3425 Hamilton-Cleves Road in Ross Township.

To register, call 524-2150 or 887-3413.

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