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Sunday, October 11, 1998
Sunday Briefs

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* Money will probably be available soon for the city of Fayetteville's purchase of the historic Holliday House and renovation of the Hollingsworth House recently donated to the city.

City Council will have a called meeting Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. to approve a bond issue of $1.2 million for the two projects, part of Main Street Fayetteville's five-year plan to revitalize the area around Courthouse Square.

* Judy Stephens, Fayetteville's affable city clerk, is celebrating her 20th anniversary with the city.

City Council last week presented her with a plaque and a check honoring her service to the city and its residents.

Also receiving pins for years of service were Fire Chief Alan Jones with 10 years, and Patricia Eubanks for five years with the water department.

* Two county parks will be getting new playground equipment soon.

The County Commission has approved spending $42,400 for playground sets for the picnic area of McCurry Park in Fayetteville and for Brooks Park in Brooks.

The county will order the new equipment from Bliss Products and Services to take advantage of prices that were bid for Kiwanis Park and the softball area of McCurry this past March.

The prices are good through the end of this year.

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