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Old house, new paint job has Chatham residents all abuzz

A cyclist rode past the historic Chatham house repainted fluorescent lime green and yellow, and has the town talking. A cyclist rode past the historic Chatham house repainted fluorescent lime green and yellow, and has the town talking. (Yoon S. Byun/ Globe Staff)
By Marissa Lang
Globe Correspondent / August 19, 2010

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CHATHAM — First, it was the sharks. Now, some say, a neon nuisance is threatening the subtle beauty of this quaint seaside town. (Full article: 838 words)

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