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Developer Eyes Coney Island Renovations

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Developer Eyes Coney Island Renovations

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Developer Eyes Coney Island Renovations

Developer Eyes Coney Island Renovations

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The site of Coney Island's legendary amusement park has been sold to an owner who wants to tear down some of the old structures and build a new resort. Locals are rallying to save the park from developers.

Kathleen Horan reports from member station WNYC in New York.

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