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    Four panelists have been selected from across the country to serve as resource team experts for the upcoming Citizen’s Institute for Rural Design workshop in Houston, Miss., from February 22-24. The free workshop, open to the Houston community, will kick off with an event in the afternoon on Sun., Feb. 22, at the Tanglefoot Trailhead in Houston. The remainder of the workshop will take place at the Houston Civic Center.
    The CSTC is joining with Projects for Public Spaces to help Houston, MS. They will conduct a February workshop to plan the trailhead area of the Tanglefoot Trail. The goal of the outcome-oriented workshop is to create a vision for a great community recreational space, as well as ways to strengthen the connection to downtown Houston and the Natchez Trace.
    Foundations for new housing in the Baptist Town neighborhood in Greenwood are under construction! Eight Katrina cottages will be finding a home in the neighborhood this fall as site work and foundations are currently being prepared for their arrival.
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The Carl Small Town Center is a non-profit organization within the College of Architecture Art & Design at Mississippi State University. Established in 1979, the CSTC responds to its geographical position within a rural landscape and to the school's focus on the American small town.