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OZARKSWATCH VIDEO MAGAZINE

Everything Old is New Again: Rehabbing the Ozark Square

  • Aired: 01/20/2010
  • 28:55
  • Rating: NR
A community's town square is an important center of trade and activity in many Ozarks towns. Suburbanization has led to a decline of these once bustling town centers. Ozark, Missouri's town square was not spared this fate. Businesses moved out, sidewalks crumbled, and historic buildings were left to deteriorate. Efforts by downtown enthusiasts are now revitalizing the city's square.
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John Dillon talks about the pride renovations can bring to a community.
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