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July 19. 2013 1:44PM

Hudson to evict demolition company in tax grab that doesn't sit well with neighbor

"I feel sorry for the guy (Stalker)," said Summit. "He's a good neighbor who works hard, trying to make a living by busting his (tail) day-in, day-out, and the town can't do anything but try to take the place from him."

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