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    The roofs of the Water Street Hallowell buildings owned by Robert Dale were stacked with items in 2014. Hallowell is working with Dale to clean up his property. Dale settled with the town of Fairfield on similar issues with property there after a judge ruled that Fairfield could sell the Hallowell property to collect on fines Dale owed the town.

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    The rear of Hallowell property owned by Robert Dale, seen in 2011. Dale settled with the town of Fairfield over health and safety violations on property in that town, and a judge granted Fairfield the right to sell his Hallowell property if he didn't pay. Dale settled with Fairfield this month, but has similar issues in Hallowell with the Water Street buildings.

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    Robert Dale, left, receives cash for metal items at Maine 201 Antiques in Fairfield on in 2014. Dale ended a four-year battle with the town when he settled for fines owed over health and safety violations at the property, which he was also ordered to clean up.

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    Maine 201 Antiques in Fairfield, owned by Robert Dale, has been cleaned up in the four years the town waged a battle over health and safety violations. He settled with the town this month

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    Robert Dale, left, and his attorney Walter McKee listen during a 2015 hearing in Skowhegan District Court related to health and safety violations at his Maine 201 Antiques, a business he owns in Fairfield.

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