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Save Downtown, Save District 3

 

August 26, 2021

Dispatch

Photo Erosion concerns in the Booker T. Community have been neglected for years while homeowners are concerned about losing their homes.

Save Downtown, Save District 3

By Eddie D. Gillis

The Monroe City Council recently gave approval to the Ellis administration to spend $120,000 for a downtown revitalization project. Campo Architect, a firm out of New Orleans, will look at areas in the downtown area that can be used as an economic springboard to revitalize downtown Monroe. The money for the study to be done by Campo Architect will come from the economic and administration fund of the city. Of particular interest to city officials will be how the riverfront will be utilized for economic development. The area that is in cons...



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