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Five years ago, Newark, N.J., gave a valentine to residents: a building lot for a $1,000. It was a nice idea, but only a handful of the people awarded those lots were able to build.

Valentine’s Day Vacant Lot Sales in New Jersey Didn’t Go As Planned

By Karen Yi NPR
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