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April 6, 2014

City: Election signs don’t belong on public property

Thirty-four structures could be razed by city

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NEW ALBANY — MULTIUSE CENTER GETS ZONING APPROVAL

The city received approval from the New Albany Board of Zoning Appeals this week to turn the former Hoosier Panel site into a public park.

The city has been in the process of clearing the property — located at 2045 Silver St. — in order for a multiuse recreational center to be constructed there.

“We’re on schedule for a late fall opening for the facility,” said David Duggins, director of redevelopment and economic development for the city.

Morel Construction Co. will build the center, which will include splash pads, a walking trail and a skate park outside the facility.

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