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March 12, 2012 12:00 AM

NewTown wants block-by-block renewal plan

NewTown Macon’s most high-profile projects for the next few years include helping renovate one of the largest empty buildings downtown, adding paved trails and improvements at Amerson Water Works Park, renovating a historic recording studio and building an outdoor amphitheater next to it.

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