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Harford was first settled in 1790, and it's a shame that none of the original cabins still stand in the historic little village. There remain, however, several houses dating from 1840 and before, and Bronson Pinchot is determined to restore them to their original appearance and function, or as nearly as possible 165 years hence. In the process, he hopes to also restore some of the town's more recent vitality. In a long telephone interview, Mr. Pinchot described some of his current work and future plans for his new home in Harford.
The Blue Ridge School Board had a workshop on November 22 at 7:30 p.m., but if you arrived for that, you missed the part that many had come to hear about. Three of the Board's committees had their own meetings before the general session, including the Transportation Committee, which has been studying a plan to switch to "single-tier" busing.
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