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Final Walls of Bewley Warehouse Come Down

Published: 9:51 AM, 12/09/2008

Bewley Properties employees on Saturday knocked down the McKee Street wall of the warehouse to a “safe” height of about four feet in advance of Sunday’s Greeneville Christmas Parade.
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