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On the Waterfront, at Last

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On the Waterfront, at Last

Published on June 21, 2012 with No Comments

By Michele S. Byers

Imagine living a stone’s throw from a river but never seeing it or strolling along its banks. That’s what happens in older industrial cities like Newark, where views of riverfronts are often blocked by a landscape of factories, warehouses and shipping terminals.

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