Abilene's annual report touts 2012 accomplishments - Abilene Reporter-News
It took Callie Harris, the city of Abilene’s Communications & Media Relations Manager, three months to produce the city’s 2012 annual report pamphlet, a mini-handbook filled with snapshots and stories of city accomplishments last year.
Stories about the creation of Nelson Splash Park and the city’s new emergency medical dispatching program — a software system designed to provide better emergency patient care — are found on the pages of the book. Other stories about the construction of the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Nursing and Abilene Zoo’s record 2012 attendance of 217,103 visitors also highlight the city’s 2012 accomplishments in the book.
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