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Should St. Joseph invest in developing its riverfront?
It floods anyway.
It floods anyway. Show Less
Potential flooding, the need to keep some version of 229 and minimal space available in general are the reasons for my NOReply
No public funds should be spent on riverfront development without proof of a return on investment and proof that the ongoing flooding problems have been eliminated.Reply
The only way for St Joseph to become prosperous and have more monies for the things that are needed, building the Riverfront will bring in tourism. I love the town/city and want to see it prosper.Reply