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There are two Empty Bowl events at each campus this month. Plan to attend, enjoy a tasty lunch, and help fight hunger! A modest meal and a one-of-a-kind...
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Posted on March 17, 2014 by Sally Mesarosh
The Mesa City Council will be asked on Monday, March 17, to approve the use of eminent domain, if necessary, to acquire land for several "micro parks" in the Fiesta District.
City Engineer Beth Huning, in a report to the council, described the tiny parks as "pedestrian refuge areas" along Southern Avenue between Alma School Road and Longmore.
Arizona Republic. March 17, 2014
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