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The Appeal: Author John Grisham gets OK to remove Chapel Hill cottages


To the dismay of some residents, the Chapel Hill Historic District Commission voted Tuesday to allow best-selling author John Grisham to remove four century-old cottages. Grisham, who wrote such legal thrillers as "The Firm" and "The Pelican Brief,", asked the commission for approval to demolish or move the cottages at the back of his home, at 704 E. Franklin St. (WRAL.com)

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