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  • ...merica's cities. In Durham, North Carolina, urban renewal razed "run-down" neighborhoods and built housing projects in their place. With urban renewal came the cons ...also launched in Vancouver's Chinatown, St. Laurent Boulevard in Montreal, neighborhoods in Toronto and Calgary, and San Jose in California. [murmur] launched in Ed
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  • ...vements and city programs. [[Jim Lynch]] of the [[Coalition of Little Rock Neighborhoods]] was especially vocal in denouncing the tax increase, which he argued woul ...or [[Pat Hays]], Pulaski County Quorum Court member John Hall, Little Rock Neighborhoods and Planning Director [[Jim Lawson]], Department of Arkansas Heritage direc
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  • ...] turned off at Fourteenth and Main streets passed through the residential neighborhoods near old [[Little Rock High School]] and [[Oakland Cemetery]]. The line end
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  • ..." The concept was born in reaction to tremendous retail growth in suburban neighborhoods, and decline of downtown Main Street sales. In its heyday fifty percent of ...ld bring to downtown. Most of the "walk-in" shoppers came from local black neighborhoods that were widely assumed to be incubating crime. Some businesses like [[On
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  • ...protection of historic sites and architecturally significant buildings and neighborhoods in Little Rock. The commission operates under the purview of the [[City of
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  • ...comprises a nine square mile area of downtown Little Rock and surrounding neighborhoods. The Quapaw Quarter Association was incorporated in 1968. The boundaries of
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  • President Clinton toured the ravaged neighborhoods of Little Rock on January 24th. Said Clinton before his visit, "The fact th
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  • [[Category:Neighborhoods]]
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  • ...council members reconsidered the location of a park so distant from black neighborhoods.
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  • Pulaski Heights is composed of two relatively wealthy Little Rock neighborhoods: [[Hillcrest]] and [[The Heights]]. The town originally held council meetin
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  • [[Category:Neighborhoods]]
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  • ...vements and city programs. [[Jim Lynch]] of the [[Coalition of Little Rock Neighborhoods]] was especially vocal in denouncing the tax increase, which he argued woul
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  • ...' is a citizen's action group serving low and moderate income families and neighborhoods. The group is a state affiliate of the Association of Community Organizatio
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  • [[Category:Neighborhoods]]
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  • [[Category:Neighborhoods]]
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  • [[Category:Neighborhoods]]
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  • ...ctive of what was going on in the locations that it was filmed. These were neighborhoods that were under fire day in and day out." The number of murders in the coun ...cs of the Street Narcotics police force to stop the drug trade in troubled neighborhoods is also showcased.
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  • '''Allsopp Park''' is located between the [[Hillcrest]] and [[Riverdale]] neighborhoods of Little Rock, Arkansas. The park is named for [[Frederick W. Allsop]].
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  • [[Category:Neighborhoods]]
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  • ...families in the process, most of whom could not afford to return to their neighborhoods because the house had moved "far out of reach" of their incomes. ...ogram]] for street improvements and housing rehabilitation in lower income neighborhoods.
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