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Property that many consider a blight on Harriman’s curb appeal may soon be the source of green, leafy nutrition for family tables in the city’s communities.
“It is called community-supported agriculture,” said Harriman City Council member Chase Tedder.
Tedder embraces the plan, which was recently introduced by council member Ken Mynatt as a way to put vacant lots in the city to good use.
Mynatt said the project could take off when a few of the burned-out homes that have been left standing are removed.
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