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December 21, 2006

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KDPaine

This is why I keep saying “Berlin, it’s the new Portsmouth” -- it’s the last New Hampshire city where everyone knows everyone, they stop in the middle of the street to chat, and they really care about the community. Okay, it’ll take ten years – but the new Berlin will be very much like the old Portsmouth.

Karen Dandurant

Katie,

I just read your perspective on Portsmouth. It was great and I totally agree. The city has changed completely in the short time I have lived here (seven years). Even I miss how it used to be.

Karen

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