El Paso Tries to Revitalize Downtown

The city razed several buildings, including City Hall, to try and spruce up its sleepy urban core. 

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    Aftermath of El Paso City Hall demolition.
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    El Paso City Hall prepped for demolition. The building was 34 years old.
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    Dust from demolition filled nearby streets.
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    Demolition as it happens.
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    James Hale does not support the project due to the high costs. He does, however, look forward to seeing other revitalization projects in El Paso.
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    Leslie Goldmann, who has spent most of her life living in El Paso, says there are plenty of baseball fans in El Paso and this will provide more entertainment.
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    Rodriguez, 20, supports revitalization of downtown El Paso. He told Fox News Latino he doesn't think many baseball fans live in El Paso - but if it brings community together, it will be worth it.
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