Seismic study of train station sought
That's what the state wants the Waldwick Community Alliance to answer, forcing the volunteer community group to spend more money on yet another survey of the deteriorating building it wants to restore to its former glory.
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#1 Mar 6, 2011
i know alot of people who would be very upset if it got torn down. whether it gets fixed or not, i hope it stays as long as it can stand.
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