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July 14, 2013 10:05 PM

Inquirer: Vacant home won't be a neighborhood eyesore much longer

Over at 4232 Earline Ave., there's a deeply troubled one-story white house that may soon have all its problems taken care of, which will please a Frustrated Reader who called recently. She said the house has been vacant for years and burned partially at one time, rendering it uninhabitable.

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