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Salt Lake City is hoping the winter Olympics will bring prestige and a lasting economic boost. But for the town of Lake Placid, which hosted the winter games in both 1932 and 1980, the Olympics legacy has been a mixed bag. North Country Public Radio's Brian Mann visited the town, in upstate New York.

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