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Economic woes take toll on East Toledo area
The east side of Toledo stands out, but not for the reasons city officials or community activists would like. It wasn’t always like this. The area has been hammered by decades of white flight, economic doldrums, and a consistent lack of resources, longtime residents said. In order for the east side to stage a comeback, the area would need an influx of businesses, jobs, and city support.
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