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Construction set for new health clinic in UpTown
The Toledo community is receiving an infusion of millions of dollars for two downtown development projects financed through federal new market tax credits. The Neighborhood Health Association celebrated Tuesday the launch of construction of its new $11 million health clinic — Nexus Health Care — which will be located at 14th and Jefferson streets in the UpTown neighborhood near downtown Toledo.


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