This business at right no longer operates at Wade Street and Fort Benning Road where litter collects inside the fence. Down the road is the $56 million construction of Spencer High School.
This business at right no longer operates at Wade Street and Fort Benning Road where litter collects inside the fence. Down the road is the $56 million construction of Spencer High School. benw@ledger-enquirer.com Ben Wright
This business at right no longer operates at Wade Street and Fort Benning Road where litter collects inside the fence. Down the road is the $56 million construction of Spencer High School. benw@ledger-enquirer.com Ben Wright

Vacant buildings and litter mar landscape near new $56 million high school

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