Rock Hill will use some of the hospitality tax revenues this year -- paired with private donations -- to bring new showcase gardens, a new pond and other upgrades to the Charlotte Avenue park.
Rock Hill will use some of the hospitality tax revenues this year -- paired with private donations -- to bring new showcase gardens, a new pond and other upgrades to the Charlotte Avenue park.
Rock Hill will use some of the hospitality tax revenues this year -- paired with private donations -- to bring new showcase gardens, a new pond and other upgrades to the Charlotte Avenue park.

In uproar over public art, familiar debate returns

February 15, 2009 12:45 AM

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