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Action Items

Art in Public Places will hold a meeting Thursday, Oct. 21, at the Parks and Recreation building, 200 S. Lamar, to discuss how public art can be utilized at the Community Events Center and Garage proposed for Town Lake Park. Call 397-1455 for more information.

The Alliance to Save Hyde Park, a neighborhood group opposed to the expansion of Hyde Park Baptist Church, will hold a candlelight vigil and rally Friday, Oct. 22, at 7pm in the alley behind the church's parking garage at 40th and Avenue D. Call 371-3670 for info.

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