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  • Vol. 31, No. 45

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  • Clear cut on Rundel
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  • Clear cut on Rundel

    Seven big trees went horizontal last week on the Rundel Park mall, victims of the desire for a wider street.Rundel Park, a quiet non-thoroughfare just opposite the newly refurbished Atlantic-University intersection, is being upgraded with new curbs, pavement, and street lights.
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