Richard Bishop, outgoing president of Uptown Columbus, has been hired by the Friends of the Greenway Trail Fund at the Community Foundation as project director for the design and construction of trails being developed throughout Muscogee County.
Richard Bishop, outgoing president of Uptown Columbus, has been hired by the Friends of the Greenway Trail Fund at the Community Foundation as project director for the design and construction of trails being developed throughout Muscogee County. Mike Haskey/mhaskey@ledger-enquirer.com
Richard Bishop, outgoing president of Uptown Columbus, has been hired by the Friends of the Greenway Trail Fund at the Community Foundation as project director for the design and construction of trails being developed throughout Muscogee County. Mike Haskey/mhaskey@ledger-enquirer.com

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