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Flossmoor History Project ramps up marketing effort based on village’s architectural treasures

 To create the future, study the past.The Flossmoor History Project, billed by organizers as a forward-leaning marketing project, seems to be following that timeless bit of advice, creating a new marketing effort rooted firmly in the village's past, especially its rich architectural history.Organizers Scott Ford and Myron Graham, members of the village Community Relations Commission, held a meeting Thursday, April 5, to gauge community interest in the project and invite residents to get involved.Scott Mehaffey, a Flossmoor landscape architect and historic preservation professor, provided an overview of Flossmoor's civic and residential . . .

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