The Covington News - - Front page - PHO­TOS BY RACHEL GOFF rgoff@cov­

Pur­suant to City of Ox­ford Com­pre­hen­sive Zon­ing Or­di­nance, Sec­tion 40-1003 Amend­ments, notice is hereby given that the Mayor and Coun­cil of the City of Ox­ford will hold a Pub­lic Hear­ing on Mon­day, Oc­to­ber 1, 2012 at 6:00 p.m. in the Ox­ford Community Cen­ter. The pur­pose of the hear­ing is to con­sider a re­vi­sion of the com­pre­hen­sive zon­ing or­di­nance and map of the com­pre­hen­sive man­age­ment of the City of Ox­ford for a zon­ing change re­quest to prop­erty de­scribed as OX003-0050, 1008 Emory Street, from (R-30 In­fill Over­lay) to (Agri­cul­tural) “Notice is hereby given that the Mayor and Coun­cil have the power to im­pose a dif­fer­ent zon­ing clas­si­fi­ca­tion from the clas­si­fi­ca­tion re­quested, and im­pose or delete zon­ing con­di­tions that may change the ap­pli­ca­tion con­sid­er­ably.”

The Pub­lic is Wel­come

Students learned about all as­pects of the mouth from lo­cal vol­un­teers.

Students were timed to see how fast they could put a hu­man skele­ton to­gether.

Many vol­un­teers con­trib­uted to the suc­cess of Thurs­day’s “Body Walk.”

Af­ter trav­el­ing through the hu­man body, students re­viewed what they learned.

One of the stops on the hu­man body tour was the brain, which students en­tered through via the ears.

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