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HEN NAVEED MINHAS OF THE CHATTANOOGA HOC AUTHORITY APPROACHED CRAIG KRONENBERG HEFFERLIN + KRONENBERG ARCHITECTS FOR A INCOME PUBLIC HOUSING DESIGN, KRONENBERG WAS NOT AY THAT HE WAS ABOUT TO LIVE OUT ONE OF HIS COMPANY'S G
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