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    Colby College President David Greene addresses the Waterville City Council on Tuesday night in response to a citizen petition presented to the council. Greene highlighted the various ways Colby is integrated into the city after explaining that the college was first chartered in 1813, just a few years after Waterville was settled.

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    Mark Andre, center, listens to Colby College President David Greene speak to the Waterville City Council on Tuesday after Andre presented the council with a petition to ask Colby and Thomas colleges for money to reduce the city tax rate.

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    Thomas College President Laurie Lachance addresses the Waterville City Council on Tuesday evening and explains that while the college isn't redeveloping buildings downtown, it is helping the community in other ways.

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    Mark Andre presents his petition to the Waterville City Council during their meeting on Tuesday.

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