Recovery is slow, and hardly steady.
It was three weeks before Santa Rosa County officials reached out to the Friends of the Navarre Library and members of the Navarre Garden Club about fixing the desecrated plant beds around the Navarre Library.
On Monday, the secretary of Hunter Walker, county administrator, phoned representatives of the two groups, calling for a collective meeting sometime next week.
“They haven’t said what they wanted, or what their plans are,” said Ginger Eisele, president of the garden club. “It doesn’t make any sense to plant something now because it will just die in this heat.”
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