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Residents have moved in to the housing development La Plaza Village, but a highly anticipated part of the project is lagging behind.

According to a representative for La Plaza Village, the opening of La Plaza Cocina, a museum and educational kitchen dedicated to Mexican cuisine, has been pushed back from the fall to spring 2020. The representative said the delay is due to construction issues.

The 2,500-square-foot facility will be part of the 355-apartment project at 555 N. Spring St. It is slated to include a hands-on teaching kitchen, an area for exhibits, and a lineup of programs with experts and guest speakers.

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