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Many at the zocalo donned the green, red and white of the Mexican side, El Tri.
The Free Press reported in May that a splash pad, a zocalo — or traditional Mexican public space — and other amenities are coming to the popular Clark Park in southwest Detroit, as part of a greater transformation of the West Vernor corridor.
The zocalo seemed to cheer, groan and hold its collective breath like a single massive organism as each side had its chances in the opening moments.
Last week, the City of Detroit announced new amenities coming to Clark Park — a splash pad, a zocalo (or traditional Mexican public space) and other amenities — as part of a greater investment in the West Vernor corridor.
In southwest Detroit, the zocalo and splash park were suggestions that came directly from residents, city officials said.
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