Detroit's Vacant Land

Wednesday, May 9, 2012

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It is estimated that within Detroit's city limits there are roughly 20-square-miles or more of vacant land. Much of those lots used to have homes or other structures which are no longer standing. Wayne State University Professor Robin Boyle speaks with Morning Edition host Pat Batcheller about why vacant lots are so prevalent in the city and what can be done with that land.

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