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The HTC phone booth was welcomed to the city with a ribbon-cutting conducted by the City of Waterloo and the Chamber of Commerce.
The HTC phone booth was welcomed to the city with a ribbon-cutting conducted by the City of Waterloo and the Chamber of Commerce.

After a month-long wait, an icon has returned to downtown Waterloo. An old fashioned phone booth once again stands tall at the intersection of Main and Mill streets. The phone booth that had stood at this spot for 50 years was damaged during a Nov. 25 accident at the busy crossroads. The fate of the phone …

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