Fire investigators began looking for signs of arson at Macon's old A.L. Miller school complex Monday afternoon, but plans are moving forward for a 62-unit apartment village. Jeff Huffstetler, project manager for A.L. Miller Village, said the walls LIZ FABIAN lfabian@macon.com
Fire investigators began looking for signs of arson at Macon's old A.L. Miller school complex Monday afternoon, but plans are moving forward for a 62-unit apartment village. Jeff Huffstetler, project manager for A.L. Miller Village, said the walls LIZ FABIAN lfabian@macon.com

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