The 92-acre Pioneer Living History Museum in north Phoenix reopened last week following the city’s purchase of the site with $3.6 million of proceeds from $7.9 million of bonds authorized by voters in 2006.

The city sought to acquire the land in a state land auction in July for $3.2 million, but a real estate entity outbid Phoenix by $10,000.

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