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Changing Skyline: Quakers' decision to use nonunion labor causes strife in Chestnut Hill
Posted on Fri, Jan 04, 2013
It was probably back in 1997, though some think it might have been even earlier, when the Chestnut Hill Friends Meeting concluded that it had outgrown its space and that it was high time to erect a new building. But because it is not the Quaker way to rush into things, the group spent a few more years reflecting on whether it should buy land on Mermaid Lane for the new meetinghouse.
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