A journalist we all know got a warm engaging welcome to the Magic City by the Birmingham Association of Black Journalists (BABJ).
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That declaration means the city can proceed with plans to demolish the property.
A community hearing will be scheduled in the next two weeks to discuss the future of Larkway Gardens Apartments.