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Thursday, February 1, 2007

296 Grand Street

The lot is getting some wooden poles delivered and then buried in the ground. We're at loss to explain this:

Update: A tipster points out that in some cases, small buildings can use wooden poles instead of steel for pilings, which is probably the case.

Earlier in the week, the lot had been prepped with fresh gravel:

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