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Downtown vision, New Tech style

Michelle Davies | The Journal Gazette
Freshmen students at New Tech Academy at Wayne High School presented their ideas for downtown redevelopment to community leaders Friday morning. From left to right, Demante Walker, Michael Roberts, Jay Snyder, of Moss Building Products, and Danielle Duff, explaining her team's vision for the plans.
From left, Bill Ledger of Design Collaborative, Paul Sanford, Jonathan Cornelio and Austin Solis. Ledger said he was "blown away" by the students' efforts.

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