Phoenix gives go-ahead for Latino center

By Alexandra Costello | Ahwatukee Foothill News

Phoenix City Council last week gave a unanimous blessing to a Latino Cultural Center that will be built somewhere after almost 20 years of discussing it.

The idea originated in 2001 when bond money was given to an organization called Museo Chicano to expand their space in Downtown Phoenix.

The organization folded in 2005, but the bond money was reserved for a future Latino capital project, said Mitch Menchaca, the director of the city Office of Arts and Culture.


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