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Former school building's future in limbo
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Built in 1904 by one of Argyles earliest residents James Waddington, the former school building stands vacant after the village ordered it be knocked down due to disrepair. (Times photo: Marissa Weiher)
ARGYLE - A business owned by a Darlington woman has forced the village of Argyle to consider whether a fixture of the community should be torn down by the municipality or if the dilapidated building can still be razed by the owner per an order issued Oct. 11.