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    Gallery: Dangerous building in Clinton torn down - Staff photo by Colin Ellis | of | Share this photo

    A vacant lot surrounded by trees marks the site where Charles "Buddy" McIntyre's house once stood. Clinton's Board of Selectmen declared the house a dangerous building in January, and recently it was torn down.

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    Gallery: Dangerous building in Clinton torn down - Photo courtesy of Charles McIntyre | of | Share this photo

    Charles "Buddy" McIntyre says the town illegally seized property from his home in December 2017, including vehicles that were properly registered and contained items he collected.

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    Gallery: Dangerous building in Clinton torn down - Photo courtesy of Charles McIntyre | of | Share this photo

    Charles "Buddy" McIntyre says the town illegally seized property from his home in December 2017, including vehicles that were properly registered and contained items he collected.

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    Gallery: Dangerous building in Clinton torn down - Staff photo by Colin Ellis | of | Share this photo

    A vacant lot surrounded by trees marks the site where Charles "Buddy" McIntyre's house once stood. Clinton's Board of Selectmen declared the house a dangerous building in January, and recently it was torn down.

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    Gallery: Dangerous building in Clinton torn down - Staff file photo by David Leaming | of | Share this photo

    Charles "Buddy" McIntyre speaks about his Clinton property on Jan. 22. The town has declared the building a dangerous property and ordered McIntyre to tear it down. McIntyre has appealed the order, and the town wants the court to dismiss the appeal.

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