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Community garden in Hollister, Ca

>Date: Sun, 5 Sep 1999 12:40:10 -0700
>Subject: Community garden in Hollister, Ca
>From: david pollard <dcp48@juno.com>
>I am in contact with the city of Hollister to organize a community garden
>on a lot the city owns, they have response positively; but I sure could
>use some guidance.  Should I join  your association as a individual or
>should I try to get the city to join?   At this time I have a group of
>people who are interested in plots and we can organize into a formal
>group, but how do we make the city cooperate?  We so would like the
>garden ready for the Spring of 2000.
>Any suggestions you have would be greatly appreciated by the future
>Community Garden of Hollister.
>Robin Pollard
>400 Hill ST.
>Hollister,Ca  95023

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