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Comment on Making the CBD vibrant, again: Detail, please. by Evelyne Roullet.

“To unlock business and industry development and make the CBD a safe and vibrant place for families and visitors to enjoy … see it grow into the vibrant, bustling town [Alice] should be”.
Maybe it should be like Alice used to be before politicians, developers from out of the Territory invaded it. May be the Yellow Rabbit and the court house represent them.
Sorry guys, no hard feelings, just reminiscence from the good old days which will never come again.

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