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Menards files plans to build store east of Home Depot near 31st and Iowa

The intersection of 31st and Iowa streets may end up becoming a handyman’s haven. Menards has filed plans at Lawrence City Hall to build a large home improvement center just east of the Home Depot store near 31st and Iowa streets. By Chad Lawhorn

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