Main Street Board continues planning
The Nacogdoches Main Street Advisory Board met August 14 and continues to plan various events, improvements and attractions in the downtown sector. The Master Gardeners, represented by County Extension Agent Chad Gulley, made a presentation on the Aqua Vitae Park project. The 7 1/2 acre project at the intersection of University and Main is progressing through stage 1. When finished, it will feature a complete display of native plants, trees, flowers and food items. The purpose will be twofold: to show residents what type of plant materials are best suited for our East Texas climate and serve as a gateway to downtown. Nacogdoches is going to have another treasure when the project is completed. Gulley asks that anyone interested in volunteering for the project to contact the County Extension Office.
For more information or questions about the Main Street Advisory Board or the Nacogdoches Main Street Program's revitalization efforts, please contact the Nacogdoches Main Street Office at 936-559-2573 or via email at email@example.com.