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NEW JERSEY - SUNDAY FOR MONDAY:  Tenafly, NJ Mayor Peter Rustin is trying to save the town's largest property, a 1920's stone mansion and the 6.5 acres it sits on, from the hands of a developer who wants to divvy up the property into ten parcels and sell them for $2 million each.  Address:  53 Knickerbocker Road, Tenafly, NJ.<br />
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PICTURED:   Mayor Peter Rustin, 67, stands in front of the mansion.<br />
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(Angel Chevrestt, 646.314.3206)
NEW JERSEY - SUNDAY FOR MONDAY: Tenafly, NJ Mayor Peter Rustin is trying to save the town's largest property, a 1920's stone mansion and the 6.5 acres it sits on, from the hands of a developer who wants to divvy up the property into ten parcels and sell them for $2 million each. Address: 53 Knickerbocker Road, Tenafly, NJ.

PICTURED: Mayor Peter Rustin, 67, stands in front of the mansion.

(Angel Chevrestt, 646.314.3206)

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