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Pandemic slows Mesa’s central district rebirth

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Falcon Field, Mesa. / File photo

By Jim Walsh | East Valley Tribune

Despite a setback from the COVID-19 recession, Mesa will continue its war on blight in the Central Business District one parcel at a time after renewing the six-square-mile area’s blighted designation for another 10 years.

The designation, approved by City Council earlier this month, qualifies properties in the district for tax incentives designed to spur redevelopment.

Despite the new cloud created by the pandemic-fueled recession, City Economic Development Director Bill Jabjiniak believes the three projects will get completed – when the economy recovers.

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