In this 2015 file photo, the Rock Hill City Council toured the Hagins-Fewell neighborhood to inspect some developments there. City Manager David Vehaun, left, and city employee Jennifer Wilford, third from left, joined council members, from left, Sandra Oborokumo, Ann Williamson, Kathy Pender, John Black, Jim Reno and Mayor Doug Echols.
In this 2015 file photo, the Rock Hill City Council toured the Hagins-Fewell neighborhood to inspect some developments there. City Manager David Vehaun, left, and city employee Jennifer Wilford, third from left, joined council members, from left, Sandra Oborokumo, Ann Williamson, Kathy Pender, John Black, Jim Reno and Mayor Doug Echols. Herald file photo
In this 2015 file photo, the Rock Hill City Council toured the Hagins-Fewell neighborhood to inspect some developments there. City Manager David Vehaun, left, and city employee Jennifer Wilford, third from left, joined council members, from left, Sandra Oborokumo, Ann Williamson, Kathy Pender, John Black, Jim Reno and Mayor Doug Echols. Herald file photo

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