Building Rancor 

Plans for downtown redevelopment summon the ghosts of urban renewal

Old ghosts were recently summoned downtown, as the Tucson City Council pondered a new economic cure with timeless, bitter roots. The ghosts were named "Condemnation" and "Demolition." And in an old town with a long memory, they still haunt with ease. They…

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