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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.