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I got a harsh response to last episdode:
I just had to say in response to your little blurb on the demise of
the Freight Room, that it has been there responsibility since the
onset of their agreement to use the space from the railroad..that they
maintain and upkeep the building. The building is too close to the
tracks for use other than a train station and the railroad has been
wanting to tear it down from a liability standpoint.
That aside, the owners of the Freight Room have used the space for
several years and should have maintained the roof and other elements
involving the structure of the building during that time.
The fact that they held a "fundraiser" to buy it a new roof and to
thus "save the Freight Room" because the building was being condemned
due to lack of THEIR maintenance seems a farce to the needs of other
legitimate fundraising concerns.
There....sorry in Decatur, I have heard and read about this
debate for years and it is a sore point..
degenerate HDW

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