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The Ohio community, a seminal example of American Garden City design, may be affected by a proposed highway.
The campus has kept its integrity for nearly a half-century, but is now the topic of early-stage development plans.
Dialogue between the University community and administration has resulted in a reprieve for the trees.
On January 4, 2013 an agreement was reached to the 2009 lawsuit filed by the National Trust and River Fields.
Peavey is the progenitor of the "park plaza" style of design that combines the hardscape of European plazas and American green space.
Recent flood mitigation plans threaten the Landslide 2010: Every Tree Tells a Story site.
In December 2012 a lawsuit was dismissed which sought closure of Sharp Park Golf Course.
The earliest extant example of a springs bath house in the U.S. is under threat due to deferred maintenance.
The State Review Board has recommended the plaza for listing in the National Register of Historic Places.
In July, the HPRB reviewed proposals for development of McMillan Park.
Every Tree Tells a Story Exhibit
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