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New York City / South Bronx #289771

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Apr 17, 1983
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(NYC) Efforts to develop NYC's south Bronx examined; region's deterioration described. Films shown. Charlotte Gardens hsing. development featured. [David GRAVES - reacts to development] [Annie JONES - discusses loss of her apt. house ] Mid-Bronx Desperados and South Bronx Dvt. Org. said developers; incomes necessary for purchase of development house noted. [GRAVES - hopes for new home.] [Planner Edward LOGUE - praises concept.] Sec. precautions for development described. [Epifania GONZALEZ - describes scene.] [Maria SWAZO - hopes for restored neighborhood.] [Hugh CLARK - notes presidents have promised area help.]
REPORTER: Marlene Sanders

Dean, Morton;
Sanders, Marlene

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