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Wallace Street demolition begins
Date: 10/8/2012 Album ID: 1546750
Bernard Anthony and Dillon Ahrens work to dig out and then cap sewer lines in the basement of the houses. The existing sewer lines must be capped so dirt and debris doesn't clog the lines during demolition, which should begin next week. Some city residents are fed up about having three homes remain in the 600 block of Wallace Street after a fire damaged them 15 months earlier. The neighbors urged York City officials to do something about it, and their efforts might be paying off. Monday, October 8, 2012 Bil Bowden photos
The rear of one of the homes shows fire damage. Some city residents are fed up about having three homes remain in the 600 block of Wallace Street after a fire damaged them 15 months earlier. The neighbors urged York City officials to do something about it, and their efforts might be paying off.  Monday, October 8, 2012,
 Bil Bowden photos
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Bernard Anthony, left, and David Meiller, right, work to dig out and then cap sewer lines in the basementy of the houses. The existing sewer lines must be capped so dirt and debris doesn't clog the lines during demolition, which should begin next week. Some city residents are fed up about having three homes remain in the 600 block of Wallace Street after a fire damaged them 15 months earlier. The neighbors urged York City officials to do something about it, and their efforts might be paying off.  Monday, October 8, 2012,
 Bil Bowden photos
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Bernard Anthony work to dig out and then cap sewer lines in the basement of the houses. The existing sewer lines must be capped so dirt and debris doesn't clog the lines during demolition, whilch should begin next week.  Some city residents are fed up about having three homes remain in the 600 block of Wallace Street after a fire damaged them 15 months earlier. The neighbors urged York City officials to do something about it, and their efforts might be paying off.  Monday, October 8, 2012,
 Bil Bowden photos
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