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Voters to Decide on Robinson Center Renovation

Proposed changes include rebuilding the concert hall and moving conference rooms from the basement to a new north-facing structure overlooking the Arkansas River.
LITTLE ROCK, AR -- A potential $70 million renovation project for downtown's Robinson Center will be left to Little Rock voters.

On Friday, the city's Board of Directors approved a referendum to be held this December that will allow voters to decide if the project should go forward.

Little Rock Mayor Mark Stodola is among the supporters, saying it will help the city continue to grow.

"I think as a capital city we need to continue to advance all of those wonderful elements of quality-of-life that we have in our city, and this is a great way to do it," Stodola says.

Proposed changes include rebuilding the concert hall and moving conference rooms from the basement to a new north-facing structure overlooking the Arkansas River.
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