Planning starts anew for Job Corps campus that honors old 33rd Avenue High School in Gulfport

Jun 24, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Sunherald.com

The U.S. Labor Department is officially ending an attempt to demolish and replace buildings from West Gulfport's segregated 33rd Avenue High School, giving residents and historic preservationists a chance to contribute ideas for preserving the structures as part of an expanded Job Corps campus.

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