City of Clovis planning director Dwight Kroll, pictured here in 1981 when he was an assistant planner, works on a model of his vision for Old Town Clovis.
City of Clovis planning director Dwight Kroll, pictured here in 1981 when he was an assistant planner, works on a model of his vision for Old Town Clovis. Provided by Larry Gamble
City of Clovis planning director Dwight Kroll, pictured here in 1981 when he was an assistant planner, works on a model of his vision for Old Town Clovis. Provided by Larry Gamble

Scale models of Old Town Clovis brought vision to life

February 01, 2016 01:22 PM

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