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>> TRANSPORTATION Transportation commissioner Dick Hall on lonely campaign for better road maintenance— by Ted Carter

Also in this week’s paper:

>> MDOT Road commissioner open to options other than increasing pump prices— by Ted Carter

>>RETAIL Whole Foods set to break ground in November— by Clay Chandler

>> HEALTHCARE Analysis of Medicaid expansion under final review — by Ted Carter

>> REAL ESTATE Meadowbrook McRae’s building sits mostly empty, but full of potential — by Clay Chandler

>> EDITOR’S NOTEBOOK Regionalism is the way to go for development

>> PHIL HARDWICK Agritourism is still up and coming

>> NANCY ANDERSON “New recession” pronouncement out of bounds

>> BILLY CREWS When will all students be able to receive an excellent education?

>> MBJ FOCUS: Economic Development

>> LISTS: Highest-Paid Occupations, Main Street Associations

>> FOCUS Politics, not recession, affecting local economic development — by Lynn Lofton

>> Q&A Stan Buckley goes from pulpit to Haiti— by Clay Chandler

>> BOOK BIZ Batman is most re-branded hero— by Lynn Lofton



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