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BPW Approves $121,746 in Program Open Space Money for Allegany County
On Wednesday, Dec. 14, the Board of Public Works approved the $121,746 in Program Open Space funds for Allegany County. The funds will be used for further development and improvement to the following parks and public areas: Frostburg Community Park, Frostburg Armory Gymnasium, Frostburg Community Pool, and the Allegheny Highlands Trail.
December 15, 2005
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