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Exploring Dunkirk’s proud past

February 17, 2013

By SKEETER TOWER Special to the OBSERVER The term “urban renewal” brings a shudder to most who recall the obliteration of older buildings in the heart of downtown and waterfront areas of Dunkirk and......

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wastelanddweller

Feb-22-13 5:20 PM

Remember when lake erie wasn't polluted and you didn't have to limit your consumption of fish to avoid toxicity of mercury?

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SmallTownSmallMind

Feb-18-13 10:19 AM

Fantastic article and what a superior job of research. Thanks for bringing our city back to life. I believe we forget, or perhaps don't even know, the rich history this area has. I look forward to more of your "urban renewal" and sincerely hope you can teach us about Mark Twain's time here and the different places he lived and the various businesses upon which he had embarked.

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commentor

Feb-17-13 8:31 AM

What if we do this......we will be reminiscing about the good old days that will never be again. No more, no less. It won't change a thing.

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