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  • Marshall Park on the chopping block

    The 5.5-acre Marshall Park - often empty but also with a long heritage of protests and civic events - is set to make way for a redevelopment that would include a smaller park.

The 5.5-acre Marshall Park - often empty but also with a long heritage of protests and civic events - is set to make way for a redevelopment that would include a smaller park. elyportillo@charlotteobserver.com
The 5.5-acre Marshall Park - often empty but also with a long heritage of protests and civic events - is set to make way for a redevelopment that would include a smaller park. elyportillo@charlotteobserver.com
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Marshall Park is on its way out – but will new development have enough park space?

August 12, 2016 6:46 AM