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Greenville: Budget too small to deal with blighted property

Overgrown lots and abandoned houses are a growing problem in a Mississippi city. The Delta Democrat-Times reports the Greenville City Council heard complaints from residents last week. Pastor Theautry Winters … Click to Continue »
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