A heavy front-end loader rips up part of the Selland Arena parking lot at Fresno and O streets during the first round of work on the new site of Cosmopolitan, which is being moving from its longtime site at Fresno and G streets as part of the high-speed rail work.
A heavy front-end loader rips up part of the Selland Arena parking lot at Fresno and O streets during the first round of work on the new site of Cosmopolitan, which is being moving from its longtime site at Fresno and G streets as part of the high-speed rail work. JOHN WALKER jwalker@fresnobee.com
A heavy front-end loader rips up part of the Selland Arena parking lot at Fresno and O streets during the first round of work on the new site of Cosmopolitan, which is being moving from its longtime site at Fresno and G streets as part of the high-speed rail work. JOHN WALKER jwalker@fresnobee.com

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