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Bundy Hill Tallest Point to Become Public Space

The Chippewa Watershed Conservancy is trying to raise 240,000.00 to purchase 100 acres on Bundy Hill. This will enable them to reopen Bundy Hill to the public again. Several Old Settlers and members of the Remus Area Historical Society have been invited to a private fundraising event to raise money to purchase the highest point of the Bundy Hills: George Crawford, Deonna Todd-Green, Diana Todd-Green, Helen Morgan, and Harry Norman. A road sign to honor the Old Settlers who owned and farmed the foothills of the Bundy Hills will be erected with the Old Settler names Letts and Normans.

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