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March 31, 2010 1:48 AM

Merced taking on downtown lots to build denser housing

A cluster of empty lots and run-down houses at the intersection of 18th and I streets in Merced will soon become part of the city's pilot project to revitalize downtown with new, denser, housing. "We're trying to make it more urban," said Daniel Ainslie, a development coordinator with the city's redevelopment agency.

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