Leading off this edition is the story about how a City of Taylor-Wayne County partnership will re-create the old Lange Park site into a recreational area focused on extreme sports.
In addition, the Historical Society's Cemetery Committee is hard at work preserving weathered headstones throughout the community
Other key stories include information about upcoming events events in the busy holiday month of December; a look into November's elections; Junior League World Series volunteers; this year's Taylor Goodfellow's campaign; and a message from Mayor Tim Woolley.
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About the publication:
Taylor Today Magazine is a unique public-private partnership between the City of Taylor and Community Publishing and Marketing, a subsidiary of Printwell Printing, located on Northline Road in Taylor. The magazine, circulated by mail to all homes and businesses in the community, has a press run of 27,000 for each edition. The attractive glossy publication is sold, designed, printed and circulated by Community Publishing and Marketing. The City of Taylor supplies all stories and photographs. The publisher is Paul Borg, the owner of Printwell Printing. The editor is Karl Ziomek, the director of Communications and Marketing for the City of Taylor. If you have questions concerning the publication, contact Karl Ziomek. If you would like a chance to advertise in the Taylor Today Magazine, please fill out a request.
EDITOR'S NOTE: Information is constantly changing. Many times, due to the extended printing process of the Taylor Today Magazine, we may not be able to keep up with those changes. Before planning for any event, we suggest calling directly or monitor the event's website.