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Who owns the collapsed wall on East 26th Street? [Letter]

I have just one question regarding the collapsed 26th Street retaining wall and its ownership ("City spending panel agrees to split costs with CSX on 26th Street repairs," Aug. 12).

Would the retaining wall have existed if the CSX-owned rail line and tunnel were not there? This should answer who owns this wall simply enough.

James Hejl

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