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Economic downturn pits Ohio city, airport against re-created prairie preserve

DAYTON, Ohio — The 140-acre Paul E. Knoop Jr. Prairie in Dayton has become something of an inkblot test.


Some see a field that could be repurposed for commercial use to bring a much needed economic boost to a struggling Rust Belt city. Others view it as an irreplaceable ecosystem that is part of Dayton’s identity.


https://www.nytimes.com/2019/09/24/business/dayton-airport-prairie-development.html

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