J.D. Hardcastle may be retired, but he certainly isn’t forgotten.

“One of my contractors called me,” Hardcastle said last week, just a few days after a ceremony to honor his retirement from the city after 29 years. “Long story short, he said...you can’t give up 29 years (of experience) and let it walk out the door and not have it.”

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