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Tell us what should happen next on the failed FoodPort site in West Louisville

FoodPort would have been built on the former industrial site at the intersection of the Russell, Shawnee and Portland neighborhoods, once home to the National Tobacco Co., which bought the property in 1905. The company left in 2010, and the complex was demolished in 2012. What should happen to this valuable piece of land? What should be built there, or should it be left as open space? What are the possibilities, and what are the challenges?”

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Two Brits in the Lou

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