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    Gallery: 4 Waterville buildings torn down in revitalization efforts - Staff by Michael G. Seamans | of | Share this photo

    The buildings at 14-20 on Main Street are seen in the back right at the end of Main Street across from the former Levine's clothing store building on Wednesday. The buildings, including Levine's, will be torn down by owner Colby College in the coming months.

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    Gallery: 4 Waterville buildings torn down in revitalization efforts - Staff by Michael G. Seamans | of | Share this photo

    The former Levine's clothing store on Main Street in downtown Waterville will be torn down in the coming months. Colby College, which owns the property, hasn't determined specifically what will replace it.

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    Gallery: 4 Waterville buildings torn down in revitalization efforts - Staff by Michael G. Seamans | of | Share this photo

    The former Elks building on Appleton Street in downtown Waterville, seen Wednesday, will be torn down in the near future by owner Colby College and be replaced with parking for Collaborative Consulting, which will move into the top two floors of the building at 173 Main St., also owned by Colby.

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    Gallery: 4 Waterville buildings torn down in revitalization efforts - Staff by Michael G. Seamans | of | Share this photo

    The former Hains building at 173 Main St., in Waterville will be renovated by Colby College.

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    Gallery: 4 Waterville buildings torn down in revitalization efforts - Staff by Michael G. Seamans | of | Share this photo

    The buildings at 14-20 on Main Street in downtown Waterville, seen in this photo on Wednesday, will be torn down by owner Colby College in the coming months.

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    Gallery: 4 Waterville buildings torn down in revitalization efforts - Staff by Michael G. Seamans | of | Share this photo

    The buildings at 14-20 on Main Street are seen in the back right at the end of Main Street across from the former Levine's clothing store building on Wednesday. The buildings, including Levine's, will be torn down by owner Colby College in the coming months.

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