Old Town Clovis, seen here circa 2010, was the vision of the Clovis Community Development Agency in the early 1980s.
Old Town Clovis, seen here circa 2010, was the vision of the Clovis Community Development Agency in the early 1980s. Provided by Larry Gamble
Old Town Clovis, seen here circa 2010, was the vision of the Clovis Community Development Agency in the early 1980s. Provided by Larry Gamble

Clovis leaders had a vision for Old Town

January 26, 2016 07:23 AM

UPDATED January 21, 2016 10:48 AM

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