LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) – The eighth annual Hollyhock Festival was a time for neighbors of the Historic Centennial Neighborhood to celebrate some recent development.
The Neighborhood Association’s Vice President Bill Bray said the Hollyhock Festival is always a time for the neighborhood to celebrate its goals and accomplishments, but this year neighbors are celebrating the ultimate goal.
“Recently, after the course of about three years, we came up with a neighborhood master plan,” Bray said. “Just a block behind us here, the old Midwest Rentals property is being redeveloped into owner-occupied housing.”
The event included music, food and a tree dedication to former Lafayette City Councilman Harold Fannon.