One woman speaking at Tuesday’s revitalization project meeting called the intersection of Calmont Avenue and Las Vegas Trail the “four corners from hell.”
One woman speaking at Tuesday’s revitalization project meeting called the intersection of Calmont Avenue and Las Vegas Trail the “four corners from hell.” Rodger Mallison Star-Telegram archives
One woman speaking at Tuesday’s revitalization project meeting called the intersection of Calmont Avenue and Las Vegas Trail the “four corners from hell.” Rodger Mallison Star-Telegram archives

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