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    Marius Peladeau gestures during an interview on April 21 in the Readfield Union Meeting House. Readfield voters will be asked if they want to put $5,000 toward renovation of the Union Meeting House. The structure, which is on the National Register of Historic Places, needs a new subfloor and other work.

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    Marius Peladeau gestures during an interview on April 21 in the Readfield Union Meeting House. Readfield voters will be asked if they want to put $5,000 toward renovating the Union Meeting House. The structure, which is on the National Register of Historic Places, needs a new subfloor and other work.

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    John Perry holds up piece of a beam that needed to be replaced on April 21 in the Readfield Union Meeting House. It used to be square but the section on left rotted.

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    GALLERY: Meeting house - Staff photo by Joe Phelan | of | Share this photo

    Marius Peladeau gestures during an interview on April 21 in the Readfield Union Meeting House. Readfield voters will be asked if they want to put $5,000 toward renovation of the Union Meeting House. The structure, which is on the National Register of Historic Places, needs a new subfloor and other work.

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    GALLERY: Meeting house - Staff photo by Joe Phelan | of | Share this photo

    Marius Peladeau gestures during an interview on April 21 in the Readfield Union Meeting House. Readfield voters will be asked if they want to put $5,000 toward renovating the Union Meeting House. The structure, which is on the National Register of Historic Places, needs a new subfloor and other work.

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