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An old house on city-owned land along the eastern ridge of Rocky Hill Park is torn down by a crew from Robís Demolition. The home was boarded up, but was demolished after repeated break-ins over the summer caused city officials to fear an unsafe situation at the crumbling site. The City Council approved a $5,353.48 contract for the work.

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Local Lens: Tearing down the house
11/20/2012 10:56:26 AM

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