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    The mail is delivered on Monday on Maple Street in Augusta, where a housing development has been proposed the end of the road.

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    Photo by Elise Klysa Lisa Wardwell, of Lisa's Restaurant, in Augusta, speaks in favor of development of the former mill site on Maple Street for housing during a community meeting Wednesday evening at Augusta City Center. Wardwell said the additional housing would bring new workers to the area, which the city needs.

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    Amanda Bartlett, the Augusta Housing Authority executive director, stands in front of plans for a proposed housing development on the former mill site on Maple Street at a meeting Wednesday at Augusta City Center. The housing authority held the meeting to listen to neighborhood concerns.

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    Maple Street resident Joyce Grondin, talking Wednesday evening at Augusta City Center at a neighborhood meeting about a proposed housing development at the former mill on Maple Street in Augusta, expressed concern about traffic and safety.

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    Photo by Elise Klysa Elliot Kollman, center, of Willow Street, expresses concern Wednesday evening about a proposed housing development at the former mill site on Maple Street in Augusta. He said it should remain private property. He is joined by Ward 4 City Councilor Anna Blodgett, left, and Kollman's wife, Mary Joe. The meeting was held at Augusta City Center.

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