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Church leaders concerned about redevelopment

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Church leaders concerned about redevelopment

Church leaders concerned about redevelopment

The 112-year-old church is located just blocks away from the relatively new Interstate 71/Martin Luther King Jr. Drive interchange.

It was a project designed to boost the local economy, but church leaders are worried redevelopment in the area could push them out of the community.

The predominantly African-American church sits on Reading Road in Avondale.

Pastor Michael F.

Mack said that prime location could pose a problem.

The church is now landlocked by soon-to-be new development, and he worries the church could be next.

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