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WARKWORTH -- Say it aint so. The Cow Palace is about to meet the wrecking ball? Well, if you believe the the rounds in the village, it appears the surfaced in the village this week is that the venerable Cow Palace is The problem is no one associated
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Latest gossip in town is that the Cow Palaces days are numbered; local developers plan to build affordable seniors complex in its place
The venerable Warkworth Cow Palace (top) could be having a meeting with a wrecking ball in the not-too-distant future if gossip on Main Street is correct (and it usually is). According to high-placed sources interviewed by the Warkworth Journal, the Cow Palace will be torn
down and the lot sold to retired construction magnate Arnold C. Dudley and his son Donald (right). The Dudleys, looking to cash in on Wark-worths aging population and expected affordable housing shortages, are planning to develop and build a no frills 30-unit apartment
complex (left) for seniors sometime in the next five years. The Journal will have the full story on Monday. You wont want to miss it! (Photos courtesy of Warkworth Journal staff, Bens Graphics and Designs and Gerald and Suzann Dudley)