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Tuesday, March 18, 2014
Bahama Village still gets 6.6 acres
Waterfront park meeting questions benefits for Village residents

The members of two appointed boards on Monday agreed that the city's plans to redevelop the Truman Waterfront include 6.6 acres reserved for the financial and social benefit of Bahama Village residents.

"Bahama Village isn't losing anything," said Jim Gilleran, a member of the Truman Waterfront Advisory Board (TWAB), which met Monday with members of the Bahama Village Redeve...

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