Will Greensburg Bloom Again as a 'Green' Town?

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Architects and politicians alike are beginning to talk about rebuilding Greensburg, Kan., as an environmentally green town. Greensburg was flattened last week by a tornado.

The head of Wichita's chapter of the American Institute of Architects says that, when grieving over loved ones and lost subsides, the green dream could give residents something to rally around.



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