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$50M mixed-use development proposed for downtown Clarksville next to planned event center

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$50M mixed-use development proposed for downtown Clarksville next to planned event center

$50M mixed-use development proposed for downtown Clarksville next to planned event center

A plan for a $50-million mixed-use development has been unveiled after commissioners approved funding for a multi-platform event center in Clarksville.

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