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Canajoharie developer sees potential in old hall

Office space seen as key to village future

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he hulking old Odd Fellows Hall on the corner of Erie and Church streets in Canajoharie has some extraordinary potential, according to owner John McLone. He stood in the gutted third floor Wednesday pointing through drafty, wood-mounted windows. To the north is the Arkell Museum/Library. East lies what he calls, “a 27.3-acre future development project:” the empty Beech-Nut factory. “It’s central to everything,” he said. “Eight thousand cars go past this place every day.” But ...


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