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Home sales down 14%! Its the end of the world! - 08/28/06 01:43 PM
I was reading a article the other day in a local newspaper about real estate in central Ohio. It said 'Home sales down 14% in July). It seemed quite disturbing to see a sentence like that in the newspaper. So I did a little bit of research when I came back to the office. Its true that sales were down 14% in July of this year as compared to last. One of the good points about this most resent month was the fact that we didn't have 10-30% more houses listed than last year. While on one hand its unfortunate to (1 comments)
It'll be here before you know it! - 08/16/06 12:52 PM
As you may (or may not know) , Circleville (my home town) every year holds a festival. Most towns around here can claim various festivals celebrating various foods. Some have raddish festivals while others have zucchini festivals. Our town has the "Pumpkin Show". Now , this may be cliche for a small town , as most may see it , but our festival has one thing different than most...... Ours claims one of the largest attendance turnouts in the WORLD. Last year about 500,000 people came over the course of a week to our pumpkin show (that's HALF the population of (0 comments)
A little bit about the city of Circleville. - 08/02/06 11:51 AM
I thought i'd post a little bit about the history of circleville ( this is from the circleville wiki) Circleville was founded in 1810. It derived its name from the circular portion of a large Hopewell Culture earthwork upon which it was built. The original town plan integrated Circleville into the preexisting land with a street layout of concentric circles. An octagonal courthouse stood directly in the center. Dissatisfaction rose with Circleville's layout, however, and in 1837, the Ohio General Assembly authorized the "Circleville Squaring Company" to convert it into a conventional grid. By 1856, this had been completed in several phases. No remaining traces (1 comments)
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