Clarksdale Developer Complains Of Fake News

CLARKSDALE, MS (Ben Caxton) — At the April 2nd meeting of the Clarksdale Quality of Life Commission, developer Dwan Brown spoke out about “untrue stories in the media” regarding the sports complex. Saying he has been working on the project since October 2017, Brown repeatedly said that he has not gotten “one dime” from the city but has paid bills for lawyers, insurance and other expenses. Brown said his company, architects, the construction firm and others have spent a total of $1.8 million so far but said he has “no obligation to report his spending or activities” since the project is privately funded. In recent months the project has grown beyond the originally planned hotel, waterpark, and ball fields to over 100 acres to include a grocery store and housing subdivision.


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