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More than 180 people turned out for Saturday's walking tour of the Nashua Card & Glazed Paper Mill on Franklin Street. The tour was organized to generate ideas from the community on possible uses for the massive building. (Barbara Taormina Photo)

Only in Print: Nashua mill owners ask city: What next?

More than 180 people gathered at the Nashua Card and Glazed Paper Co. Mill to explore a piece of the city's past and to imagine how it might fit into Nashua's future.

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