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  • Doris Yee

    My dad and I were driving by this spot two days ago. It couldn't be planned for a more perfect location downtown. With the height of the abandoned train depot and a nearby Slows BBQ, this definitely adds another neighborhood layer for both visitors and locals.

    Looking forward to see the results of the student designs - hoping it's not too over-the-top or cliché. However, I would look forward to swinging a ball right through the train station.