2016 FAC Meeting Notes

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  • December 15, 2016
  • September 15, 2016
  • June 16, 2016
  • March 17, 2016
 
December 15, 2016
Federal Advisory Commission Meeting
December 15, 2016
Middletown Town Hall Middletown, Virginia

1) General Introductions Jim Northup
2) Adoption of Minutes John Adamson
3) FAC Membership and Nomination Process Update Jim Northup
4) 2017 FAC Meeting Schedule Karen Beck-Herzog
5) Park Operations Update Karen Beck-Herzog
6) Park Foundation Document Update Karen Beck-Herzog
7) Landscape Restoration/Changes Karen Beck-Herzog
8) Cameuse Update and Answers Karen Beck-Herzog
9) Interpretive Signage/Graphic Identity Update Karen Beck-Herzog
10) U.S. 11 Bridge Update Karen Beck-Herzog
11) Special Recognition Jim Northup
12) New Business
13) Questions/Comments from the Public

Adjournment

Meeting Notes
Commission members in attendance: Jim Northup, Designated Federal Official (DFO); John Adamson, Chair, Belle Grove, Inc.; Karen Beck-Herzog, Site Manager, Cedar Creek and Belle Grove NHP; Dave Blount, Private Landowner; Paul Coussan, Civil War Trust; Stanley M. Hirschberg, Cedar Creek Battlefield Foundation (CCBF); Carl Bernhards, Middletown;Lee Meyer, Warren County; Rob Nieweg, National Trust for Historic Preservation; Jered Hoover, Shenandoah County; Nicholas Picerno, Shenandoah Valley Battlefields Foundation (SVBF); and Richard Redmon, Strasburg.

Commission members absent: Jeanne Frink, Commonwealth of Virginia; Eric Lawrence, Frederick County.

Others attending: Gretchen Coffey, NPS volunteer; Jennifer Flynn, NPS; Jerry Fraser, NPS; Bob Grogg, NPS volunteer; Kristen Laise, Belle Grove, Inc.; Shannon Moeck, NPS; Barbara Plitt, town of Strasburg; Dave Stegmaier, District Office, U.S. Representative Barbara Comstock; Betty White, Hupps Hill; Linda Wooten, Hupps Hill.

John Adamson, chair, called the meeting to order at 9:02 a.m., and asked that each person identify him or herself.

The minutes from the September meeting were approved.

Jim Northup introduced Jennifer Flynn, Deputy Superintendent at Shenandoah National Park. She will be acting superintendent when Northup retires and remain so until a new superintendent is selected.

Northup also announced that terms for Adamson, Bernhards, Blount, Hirschberg, Lawrence, Meyer, Nieweg, and Picerno will expire in 2017. No word has been received from the Commonwealth of Virginia of the re-appointment of Jeanne Frink. Mary Youce is the new district ranger for the George Washington National Forest, and she is being put forward as the new ex-officio representative for the USFS.

Karen Beck-Herzog announced the tentative schedule of meetings for 2017. Those dates are March 16, June 15, September 21, and December 21. The rotation through the three meeting sites will be mixed up a bit to facilitate the optional field trips in March and September. The schedule was approved as presented, and must be published in the Federal Register before it is final.

The visitor contact station is now operating on the winter schedule, open Wednesday through Sunday. Eric Campbell, Chief of Interpretation, is working on the schedule for the spring and summer.

The NPS regional office is reviewing the park’s foundation document. One final review will take place at the park level.

Landscape restoration is continuing at the Claytor farm. An underground storage tank and several outbuildings have been removed by a contractor. Rubble is being hauled away; the contractor is required to meet specific recycling goals. At Bowman-Hite, a Shenandoah National Park crew has removed a modern metal shed and a calving shed. The park plans to have a garage pad at Bowman Hite removed. In accordance with a SHPO requirement for this project, an archeologist will be on site during the demolition as well as conduct some minor investigation of the exposed area. Several trees affected by emerald ash borer at park headquarters have been removed. Master gardeners are working with the park to develop two small pollinator gardens and to plant native species.

The new manager at the Carmeuse quarry has spoken to both Karen Beck-Herzog and Belle Grove Executive Director Kristen Laise. He recognized their concerns about quarry’s impact on the viewshed. He told them that one of the rubble piles would be covered with soil and seeded to minimize the appearance; the other, a stock pile of stone, will eventually be used. He recognized the effect of the tremors from the blasting, but he also stated that what blasting is done is within the allowable limits.

The park is now working on ensuring that the park’s shared logo will be part of future interpretive and directional signs. The contract for the auto route directional signs will be awarded shortly.

The tree cutting evident at the U.S. 11 bridge was done by the Shenandoah Valley Electric Cooperative (SVEC) in advance of the VDOT bridge replacement project. SVEC will be relocating their lines along the existing northbound bridge. The replacement of the current northbound bridge may begin in March with site preparation beginning in February; and it will be completed sometime in 2019. VDOT will have excess ROW land to dispose of once the project is complete. FAC members discussed the potential to develop a resolution for the National Park Service to obtain the property. It was decided to delay further discussion until the project is farther along.

New Business
Several FAC members asked if any decision had been made on moving the Virginia parks into the National Capital Region. At this time, it seems the proposal is not moving forward.

Rob Nieweg asked that updates about the implantation of the park’s trails strategy be a part of each FAC meeting.

Jim Northup presented the Departmental Unit Award for Excellence to National Park Service staff and park partners for their outstanding work for the 150th commemoration of the Battle of Cedar Creek (call to obtain copy of letter 540-868-9176).

Gretchen Coffey expressed thanks to Jim Northup and the park staff for their work.

Kristen Laise noted that Belle Grove would be open through December 30.

Jennifer Flynn noted that hiking and walking a park’s trails are among the most important reasons that people visit parks, and that the Morning Attack trail has already been recognized as a valuable addition to the park’s trail network

John Adamson adjourned the commission meeting at 10:03.

Following the adjournment John Adamson and Karen Beck-Herzog presented Jim Northup with a plaque honoring Northup’s career and contribution to the National Park Service. Dave Stegmaier read a letter that Rep. Barbara Comstock included in the Congressional Record (December 16, 2016) honoring Northup’s career.

The next commission meeting is at the Strasburg Town Hall, March 16, 2017.

Handouts
Agenda
Meeting Notes for September 15, 2016
 
September 15, 2016

Cedar Creek and Belle Grove National Historical Park

Federal Advisory Commission Meeting

September 15, 2016

Strasburg Town Hall

Strasburg, Virginia

1) General Introductions Jim Northup

2) Adoption of Minutes John Adamson

3) FAC Membership and Nomination - Process Update Jim Northup

4) Visitor Numbers Karen Beck-Herzog

5) NPS Programming and Events Karen Beck-Herzog

6) Park Foundation Document Update Karen Beck-Herzog

7) Cooperative Agreement Update Karen Beck-Herzog

8) Claytor Landscape Restoration Karen Beck-Herzog

9) Trails Update/Signage Karen Beck-Herzog

10) New Business

11) Questions/Comments from the Public

Adjournment

Optional Field Trip: Hupps Hill Museum, CCBF Headquarters, Belle Grove Special Exhibit, “To Be Sold"

Meeting Notes
Commission members in attendance: Jim Northup, Designated Federal Official (DFO); John Adamson, chair, Belle Grove, Inc.; Karen Beck-Herzog, site manager, Cedar Creek and Belle Grove NHP; Carl Bernhards, Middletown; Dave Blount, Private Landowner; Paul Coussan, Civil War Trust; Stanley M. Hirschberg, Cedar Creek Battlefield Foundation (CCBF); Lee Meyer, Warren County; Nicholas Picerno, Shenandoah Valley Battlefields Foundation (SVBF); and Richard Redmon, Strasburg.

Commission members absent: Jeanne Frink, Commonwealth of Virginia; Eric Lawrence, Frederick County; and Rob Nieweg, National Trust for Historic Preservation.

Others attending: Bob Grogg, NPS Volunteer; Jered Hoover, Shenandoah County; Kristen Laise, Belle Grove, Inc.; and Barbara Plitt, town of Strasburg.
John Adamson, chair, called the meeting to order at 9:08 a.m., and asked that everyone to identify him or herself.

The notes from the last meeting were approved with the correction of spelling Gretchen Coffey’s name correctly.

Jim Northup reported that FAC membership nomination approval process continues. The Shenandoah County and Strasburg nominations are moving slowly but surely. The Commonwealth of Virginia has not made a decision about Jeanne Frink’s position. George Washington National Forest has selected Mary Yonce to replace former ex-officio member Katie Donahue.

Visitor numbers are up this year: 3,040 stopped at the Visitor Contact Station, a 19 percent increase, and interpretive program attendance is up 26 percent. More than 70 persons stopped by the Visitor Contact Station on August 25, 2016, to mark the NPS Centennial. The astronomy programs have been quite popular. Everyone is making attempts to improve outreach, including making connections at the Martinsburg VA Center. Improving the park’s reach is a continuing process using a number of promotional avenues. Broadening the variety of programs staff are and will be delivering—slavery, Reconstruction, stars, civil rights, regional history—has been well received.

The park foundation document, being prepared as a NPS centennial project, has been reviewed, comments incorporated, and returned to the regional where staff are reviewing the added comments.

Cooperative agreements are in the works. These agreements are tools for transferring funds to park partners, enabling both to work together on common projects. They are legal documents and much work goes into each one. The agreements also contain reporting requirements, necessary for completing the work and allowing all to see that work done on partner-owned land is in keeping with common goals. Detailed budgets are also developed for each task proposed and accepted under the terms of the agreements.

The agreement for Belle Grove, Inc., has been reviewed and approved, and the organization has received $11,000 for outreach, and $5,000 for building footbridges over entrenchments.

The Master Cooperative Agreement, a tool for providing financial assistance to the park partners, has been signed with Belle Grove. In addition two sub-agreements, task agreements have also been signed: outreach to youth and veterans groups and constructing footbridges over the entrenchments on the 19th Corps Entrenchment Trail. The National Park Service will also provide funding for a financial assistance project with Greater Appalachian Valley Conservation Corps, a partner of the Shenandoah Valley Battlefields Foundation (SVBF) to develop a walking trail and other physical improvements on the Thoburn tract. An Master Cooperative Agreement with SVBF is nearly complete and plans for archeological work at Thoburn are also being developed.

The park is drafting a Master Cooperative Agreement for future projects with Cedar Creek Battlefield Foundation (CCBF).

The landscape on the Claytor property is being restored to the native meadows. Trails will be mowed and the meadowland maintained. One aspect of this work is an Eagle Scout project, undertaken by Ryan Klopp, the son of a park volunteer. Sponsors who can provide funds or materials and work time for the rail fence were enlisted by Ryan. Modern fence lines and trees have being removed and now Signal Knob can be seen once again, as it was 150 years ago. At headquarters dead and dying trees are being removed for safety.

The Shenandoah National Park trail crew has also provided valuable time and effort on removing two modern sheds and concrete slabs at Bowman-Hite.
The Potomac Appalachian Trail Club (PATC) is planning work on bridges over the 19th Corps entrenchments for this fall. Park staff have installed better signage for the Morning Attack Trails. This sign includes the Park’s shared graphic logo. The Morning Attack Trails were recognized by Virginia’s Governor as a Virginia Treasure.

Old Business
Work continues on Middletown’s Veterans’ Park at the south entrance to town.

New Business
Karen Beck-Herzog and Jim Northup attended a working meeting of the Shenandoah County Board of Supervisors at which members discussed selling the Keister Tract. They were invited to speak and stressed that Shenandoah County is a valued park partner and that the property is important to the park. The motion was tabled and the board chair thanked Northup and Beck-Herzog for attending.

Belle Grove and the park are researching the agreement between Frederick County and the Carmeuse quarry. The aim is to ascertain what county department is responsible for ensuring that the quarry complies with height restrictions for piles impacting the park viewshed. NPS and Belle Grove need to develop a new contact at the quarry since the previous person has moved on.

Kristin Laise announced that beginning with Belle Grove’s 50th anniversary in 2017 is considering using the one quadrant of the Park’s shared logo as their own.
The next meeting will be December 15, 2016, at 9 a.m., in the Middletown Town Hall.

John Adamson adjourned the meeting at 10:21.

Handouts
Meeting Notes for June 16, 2016
Agenda
News Release, Special Programs and Events
Photographs of Claytor Landscape Restoration
Commonwealth of Virginia Treasures Certificate

 
June 16, 2016
Cedar Creek and Belle Grove National Historical Park
Federal Advisory Commission Meeting
June 16, 2016
Warren County Government Center
Front Royal, Virginia

1) General Introductions Jim Northup
2) Adoption of Minutes John Adamson
3) FAC Membership and Nomination Process Update Jim Northup
4) NPS Programming and Events Karen Beck-Herzog
5) Park Foundation Document Date Karen Beck-Herzog
6) Park Facilities Update Karen Beck-Herzog
7) Cooperative Agreement Update Karen Beck-Herzog
8) Trails Event Karen Beck-Herzog
9) Park Outreach Karen Beck-Herzog
10) New Business
11) Questions/Comments from the Public Adjournment

Meeting Notes
Commission members in attendance: Jim Northup, Designated Federal Official (DFO), Superintendent Cedar Creek and Belle Grove NHP; John Adamson, chair, Belle Grove, Inc.; Karen Beck-Herzog, Site Manager, Cedar Creek and Belle Grove NHP; Carl Bernhards, Middletown; Dave Blount, Private Landowner; Paul Coussan, Civil War Trust (by speaker phone); Stanley M. Hirschberg, Cedar Creek Battlefield Foundation (CCBF); Eric Lawrence, Frederick County; Lee Meyer, Warren County; and Richard Redmon, Strasburg.

Commission members absent: Jeanne Frink, Commonwealth of Virginia; Rob Nieweg, National Trust for Historic Preservation; and Nicholas Picerno, Shenandoah Valley Battlefields Foundation (SVBF).

Others in attendance: Gretchen Coffey, NPS Volunteer; Bob Grogg, NPS Volunteer; Jered Hoover, Shenandoah County; Kristen Laise, Belle Grove, Inc.; and Dave Stegmaier, District Office, U.S. Representative Barbara Comstock.

John Adamson, chair, called the meeting to order at 9:09 a.m., and asked that everyone to identify him or herself.

The notes from the last meeting were approved.

Jim Northup reported that the nomination process continues, slowly. The park is waiting for the Commonwealth of Virginia to re-nominate Jeanne Frink. Rick Redmond’s nomination is awaiting approval, as is that for Jered Hoover. A new USFS person has been hired, and we are awaiting the appointment of the district ranger to one of the exofficio positions.

The park has hired four seasonal rangers and the seasonal programming is set to begin. The first History at Sunset program will be held July 10 at Bowman-Hite, the first public program to be held there. On June 24–26, 2016, the Vermont at Cedar Creek program will take place. The park has two more star-gazing programs at the Thoburn tract: August 13 and October 1, 2016.

As a part of the National Park Service Centennial each park will develop a foundation document that describes the park, including the mission, fundamental and other important resources and identifies planning and data needs. An NPS staff member of the Northeast Regional Office will be here on July 28 to facilitate park staff, partners and FAC members through the process, take notes, and answer questions.

The park has consulted with the State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) as the park proposes the removal and deconstruction of some buildings. In all cases the period of significance for the specific area is being considered, so that non-contributing structures are the ones targeted for such removal. At the Claytor property, in addition to the building removal, modern fencing will be removed and along the woodline, will be replaced with a Virginia worm style fence. The rationale for this work is set forth in the 3 General Management Plan (GMP). Money for this work is coming from Line Item Construction funds.

In situations where agricultural leases have expired and in other open field areas, park staff will be manage the land for natural resources, including pollinators. Invasive species should be dealt with so that species, such as monarch butterflies, can be encouraged and supported. The park needs to have a survey of vegetation to establish information about what is here.

The hardware has arrived for the signs for the auto tour and directional signage.

The draft cooperative agreements between the park and Belle Grove and the park the Shenandoah Valley Battlefields Foundation are in the regional office for review. Once they are approved the agreement with the Cedar Creek Battlefield Foundation will be drafted. These documents will be the basis for task agreements for providing the partners funding for specific projects or technical support that benefit the public.

The Morning Attack Trails are now open. The park, Belle Grove, and Cedar Creek Battlefield Foundation are working on the 19th Corps Trail. Underbrush is being cleared and bridges will be built over the entrenchments. The money for the materials is coming from a task agreement; the work will be accomplished for assembly and installation by volunteers of the Potomac Appalachian Trail Club.

At the Thoburn tract two task agreements have been submitted to establish a trail, and conduct an archeological survey of some of the property including the trail area and a future parking lot site.

Blue Ridge Digest, a professional travel publication, is one of a number of sources the park and its partners are appearing in which will help raise public awareness. Blue Ridge Digest included the park as an editorial item, free of charge. An expanded press release list, tables at community fairs, working with tourism directors, and local associations like the Fauquier County African American Association are some other means being sought to make the park story and offerings known. Park staff have also contacted the Winchester Girls and Boys Club, the Front Royal Elks, the Martinsburg VA Hospital, and local Civil War parks and museums. John Adamson asked that Karen Beck-Herzog speak to the Shenandoah County Historical Association at some point.

New Business
Dave Blount asked Kristen Laise if she would tell about the ongoing slavery research at Belle Grove. She replied that what they know at present has been distilled into the panels hanging on the lower level. They are fortunate to have a Syracuse University Ph.D. candidate working for them. Ground penetrating radar has revealed much, but it has also raised many questions. Concurrent research needs to investigate both the historical and archival records. For instance, the radar has revealed the presence of graves, but it cannot determine if this is the site of a slave cemetery. The ground penetrating radar can tell 4 whether there was a coffin or a shroud, the age of the burial, and the size of the grave. A cluster of stones that seemed to indicate possible burials did not reveal any graves. And she reminded everyone that the level of research and discovery is only in its beginning stages. They are also working to get as much information resulting from the research onto the web as possible. Kristen Laise and Shannon Moeck have also made contacts with Coming to the Table, the Center for Peace and Justice at Eastern Mennonite University, with the Mid-Atlantic Researchers, and with the Josephine School Community Museum. They are seeking to diversify their contacts as much as possible.

To Be Sold, an exhibit developed by the Library of Virginia, will be at Belle Grove from the end of July until the end of September. Shannon Moeck will give a talk every Saturday about the life of Belle Grove’s enslaved cook Judah.

Laise pointed out that September 24, 2016, is the date for the opening of the new African America Museum at the corner of 14th Street and Constitution Avenue, NW in Washington, D.C., the last day of To Be Sold at Belle Grove, and the last talk on the exhibit given by Shannon Moeck.

Laise stressed that “the more we know, the more we tell, the greater our attraction to visitors.”

Carl Bernhards reported that Middletown is planning to build a veterans memorial at the south end of town, 0.10 mile from the park boundary. No public meetings or hearings have been held. The members of the FAC encouraged the NPS to contact the Middletown government for information about how the memorial might affect the viewshed and what impact it might have on the park.

Rick Redmond noted that there are four meetings per year, and wondered why the commission did not meet in four different locations. Perhaps consider a more public location?

Dave Stegmaier mentioned that Thomas Laws, a free black man for whom a wayside marker was recently installed near the parking garage on North Loudoun Street in Winchester, and his wife are buried in the cemetery behind the Josephine Community Museum. This Saturday night the Josephine Improvement Committee is having a fundraiser at the Lee-Jackson and will also make presentation to Clarke County entrepreneurs.

Gretchen Coffee suggested that there must be ways to make the works about African American history better known in the community. She also wondered if perhaps the Civil War Trust was interested in the Battlefield Market, just south of Middletown and just outside the park boundary.

The next meeting will be September 15, 2016, in Strasburg, at 9 a.m..

John Adamson adjourned the meeting at 10:54

Handouts
Meeting Notes for March 17, 2016
Agenda


 
March 17, 2016
Cedar Creek and Belle Grove National Historical Park
Federal Advisory Commission Meeting
March 17, 2016
Middletown Town Hall Middletown, Virginia

1) General Introductions Jim Northup
2) Adoption of Minutes John Adamson
3) Nomination Process Update Jim Northup
4) Park Foundation Document Process Update Karen Beck-Herzog
5) National Park Service Centennial Karen Beck-Herzog
6) Cooperative Agreement Update Karen Beck-Herzog
7) Trails Update Karen Beck-Herzog
8) Park Day Volunteer Event Karen Beck-Herzog
9) New Business
10) Questions/Comments from the Public

Meeting Notes
Commission members in attendance: Jim Northup, Designated Federal Official (DFO); John Adamson, chair, Belle Grove, Inc.; Karen Beck-Herzog, site manager, Cedar Creek and Belle Grove NHP; Carl Bernhards, Middletown; Dave Blount, Private Landowner; Paul Coussan, Civil War Trust (by speaker phone); Stanley M. Hirschberg, Cedar Creek Battlefield Foundation (CCBF); Eric Lawrence, Frederick County; Lee Meyer, Warren County; Rob Nieweg, National Trust for Historic Preservation; Nicholas Picerno, Shenandoah Valley Battlefields Foundation (SVBF); and Richard Redmon, Strasburg.

Commission members absent: Jeanne Frink, Commonwealth of Virginia.

Others in attendance: Bob Grogg, NPS Volunteer; Jered Hoover, Shenandoah County; Kristen Laise, Belle Grove, Inc.; Rachel Mahoney, Northern Virginia Daily; and Dave Stegmaier, District Office, U.S. Representative Barbara Comstock.

John Adamson, chair, called the meeting to order at 9:05 a.m., and asked that everyone attending give their name and affiliation.

The notes from the last meeting were approved.

Paul Coussan reported that he has received a letter confirming his appointment for the Civil War Trust to the commission. Jim Northup reported that the Town of Strasburg has recommended Rick Redmond for a second term. Mr. Redmond and Jered Hoover’s papers have been submitted to the NPS Washington Office for processing and approval.

Karen Beck-Herzog reported that as a part of the centennial commemorations, each park will prepare a new foundation document. A portion of each document will be the same for each park and reaffirming the park’s significance, interpretive themes, and the fundamental and other important resources and values; the second part will address the special mandates and address the park’s data and planning needs. A regional person has been given the responsibility for shepherding these projects to completion. A draft is being prepared for the park and commission to review. Since Cedar Creek and Belle Grove NHP has a very recent general management plan, the goal will be to reaffirm those principles and objectives laid down in the plan.

Throughout the centennial year various park programs will be billed as “centennial events.” The Vermont at Cedar Creek weekend, June 24-26, 2016, is such a program. Fee area parks will be giving out park passes to fourth-graders across the country. Belle Grove will be sponsoring programs for fourth-graders also.

The very first cooperative agreement—between the park and the Shenandoah Valley Battlefields Foundation (SVBF)—is currently being reviewed in the regional office. The agreement will enable several projects at the Thoburn property—a small parking lot, mowed trail, and investigations to determine the location of the cemetery—to proceed.

An agreement with Belle Grove has been drafted and is being reviewed locally. Once the parties here are in agreement, the draft will be forwarded to the regional office for approval.

The Potomac Appalachian Trail Club has agreed to volunteer for a project to build bridges over the 19th Corps entrenchments. They have looked at similar bridges at Fredericksburg and are figuring out how that approach may be adapted to conditions along the 19th Corps trail. Determining costs is also a major component of the initial evaluation.

Park Day, April 2, 2016, will be a workday on the existing Cedar Creek Battlefield Foundation (CCBF) 19th Corps trail as well as cleaning up the unopened portion of the trail on National Trust for Historic Preservation property. The project is a partnership between the NPS, CCBF, and Belle Grove. Park Day is sponsored by the Civil War 3 Trust. Jeff Driscoll will give a talk at the end of the four-hour workday about the entrenchments.

New Business
John Adamson and Kristin Laise reported that a great deal of work is being done to flesh out the story of slavery at Belle Grove. From 1783 to 1851, 267 enslaved persons lived and worked at Belle Grove. So many people will have left quite a record behind. The task now is to find that information and bring it to light. Initial work has yielded new information that is the impetus behind planning and producing new interpretive panels. These exhibits can be easily updated as new information comes to light. A Shenandoah University student is doing archival research. A Syracuse University Ph.D. student is doing both archeological and archival research. Researchers are looking for letters, diaries, court case records that will give details and fill gaps in the outline of what is known so that interpretation can change and provide an open window to the past.

Comments
Nick Picerno reported that he had been in the visitor contact station and watched Shannon Moeck talk with visitors and spark their interest in what the park had to offer. He found her ability to engage them moving. Jered Hoover reported that Eric Campbell had presented a program for the Shenandoah County Parks & Rec Department and had been well received.

John Adamson adjourned the meeting at 9:49 a.m.

Those commission members and others who had the time then took a tour of the park for an update of what is being done or planned, followed by lunch at Belle Grove.

The next commission meeting is at the Warren County Government Center, June 16, 2016, 9 a.m.

Handouts
Agenda Meeting Notes for December 17, 2015
2016 Centennial Programs, Events, and Projects
Foundation Document, Natchez Trace Parkway

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