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Lyttonsville could get a second chance at development

Silver Spring’s Lyttonsville neighborhood has a rich history, but urban renewal nearly destroyed it. With the Purple Line coming, this historically black community could get a second chance, but not everybody looks forward to it. Situated west of the Red Line tracks from downtown Silver Spring, Lyttonsville is one of Montgomery County’s oldest neighborhoods, founded in […]
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