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Due to a flip-flop by the Catholic diocese, an effort to save Marist College falls apart

"A pitiful eyesore," said one self-appointed sage. "Not worth saving," argued another. "Look to the future," chanted the wrecking-ball chorus. "A waste of taxpayer money. Tear it down, and sooner rather than later." Marist College? Nope. Thirty years ago, the preservation point…

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