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News-Herald (Perkasie, PA) - - OPINION -

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DUBLIN LOCKER ... As Dublin Bor­ough pre­pares to cel­e­brate its 100th an­niver­sary in Septem­ber, the New­sHer­ald is tak­ing a look back at the bor­oughís his­tory. Each week lead­ing up to the cen­ten­nial cel­e­bra­tion, weíll run a his­toric photo of a lo­ca­tion in Dublin you just might rec­og­nize. This week, we see the Dublin Locker, which was lo­cated on Main Street and was owned by Adrian Boehret. Butcher­ing and meat pro­cess­ing were done here, along with a re­tail store for the pub­lic. You could also rent locker space to store your freeze­able items. Boehret served on the Dublin Bourough Author­ity, and his wife, Ruth, pur­chased the ground for the Dublin Park in 1991.

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