by Richard G Shaluly
The North End of Dubuque, since the late 1800s, has been a unique community woven together with working class residential neighborhoods, churches, and factories. This region has long struggled for sustenance and growth, often a characteristic of classic riverfront towns. Relentless efforts have been underway to not only restore the neighborhoods from the years of damage, but to improve the future of its development. Programs and initiatives are in place to revitalize not only the structural integrity of the community, but the economic quality of its existence.
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