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    Consultants hired by the city to advise on downtown planning now that the Arkansas Highway and Transportation Department plans to widen Interstate 30 told the City Board today that it ought to enter into an agreement with the AHTD to insure the city has a "place at the table" before and during the project's "design-build" phase.
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