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  • After The Times reported on land banking by Mr. Wilmot and the Bennett Group at the proposed Wal-Mart site on New Jersey Avenue, Deputy Mayor Victor Hoskins, in charge of economic development, said the days of sitting on undeveloped city property for years are over.

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  • "We want to bring them down here and have them test this market," Mr. Hoskins told council members weeks ago at a breakfast meeting with Mr. Gray. "We can do innovative things like charge them one buck a month for six months, so that there's no real heavy costs for them on the lease side."

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