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    Gallery: Work continues at Colby complex in downtown Waterville - Staff photo by Michael G. Seamans | of | Share this photo

    Bobby McGee, far left, listens to development progress during an update on construction on lower Main Street in Waterville at the Hains building on Tuesday. The Colby College mixed-use residential complex is reflected in the window.

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    Paul Ureneck, left, director of commercial real estate for Elm City LLC, an affiliate of Colby College, describes how construction will evolve over the next few months at a gathering at the Hains building on Main Street in downtown Waterville on Tuesday. Selah Tea owner Bobby Magee, center, and Colby's vice president for planning, Brian Clark, attended.

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    Gallery: Work continues at Colby complex in downtown Waterville - Staff photo by Michael G. Seamans | of | Share this photo

    Paul Ureneck, director of commercial real estate for Elm City LLC, an affiliate of Colby College, describes how construction will evolve over the next few months at a gathering at the Hains building on Main Street in downtown Waterville on Tuesday.

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    Gallery: Work continues at Colby complex in downtown Waterville - Staff photo by Michael G. Seamans | of | Share this photo

    Construction crews continue their work at the new Colby College mixed-use residential complex on lower Main Street in downtown Waterville on Tuesday.

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