Mississippi Town Visits Charlottesville

By: Venton Blandin Email
By: Venton Blandin Email

March 8, 2007

A small town in Mississippi destroyed by Hurricane Katrina turns to our city while trying to rebuild their own.

A delegation from the town of Moss Point, which boasts about 17,000 people, traveled more than 900 miles to use Charlottesville as a model.

Town leaders from Moss Point, MS will spend about four days looking at all aspects of Charlottesville.

Their main points of interest include neighborhoods, ecological projects, and utility improvement.


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