Girl Scout Miranda Deis, 10, center, poses for a photo with a jackhammer following the groundbreaking ceremony for reopening the Fulton Mall to vehicular traffic March 3, 2016. Garnering support and funding for the project required Mayor Ashley Swearengin to be persistent in the face of community opposition.
Girl Scout Miranda Deis, 10, center, poses for a photo with a jackhammer following the groundbreaking ceremony for reopening the Fulton Mall to vehicular traffic March 3, 2016. Garnering support and funding for the project required Mayor Ashley Swearengin to be persistent in the face of community opposition. ERIC PAUL ZAMORA ezamora@fresnobee.com
Girl Scout Miranda Deis, 10, center, poses for a photo with a jackhammer following the groundbreaking ceremony for reopening the Fulton Mall to vehicular traffic March 3, 2016. Garnering support and funding for the project required Mayor Ashley Swearengin to be persistent in the face of community opposition. ERIC PAUL ZAMORA ezamora@fresnobee.com

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