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    Gallery: Waterville to tear down empty apartment house - Staff photo by Michael G. Seamans | of | Share this photo

    19 Summer St remains uninhabited on Wednesday. The Waterville City Council voted not to sell the property to Brown House Properties, and the house will be torn down.

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    Gallery: Waterville to tear down empty apartment house - Staff photo by Michael G. Seamans | of | Share this photo

    19 Summer St remains uninhabited on Wednesday. The Waterville City Council voted not to sell the property to Brown House Properties, and the house will be torn down.

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    Gallery: Waterville to tear down empty apartment house - Staff photo by Amy Calder | of | Share this photo

    Karen Moran, playing cards with her boyfriend, Nelson Dennis, is glad the council decided not to sell the building to Brown House for personal reasons, but warns that if the property is turned into a park, the police will have to patrol the area frequently because of the bad drug problem in the area.

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    Gallery: Waterville to tear down empty apartment house - Staff photo by Michael G. Seamans | of | Share this photo

    19 Summer St remains uninhabited on Wednesday. The Waterville City Council voted not to sell the property to Brown House Properties, and the house will be torn down.

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