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The third installment of the city’s town hall meetings attracted roughly 50 people Tuesday, with many discussing possible ways to bring more people to the area.

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The town hall, held at Lewis and Clark Middle School, was originally scheduled as the finale of the three town hall meetings meant to discuss four main projects within the city: the conference center, the multipurpose building, MSP and downtown parking. But, the city has scheduled a fourth meeting from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. May 10 at City Hall, to meet the needs of those who get around using the city transit system, which runs only during weekdays.

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