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Such a deal

Daily News staffers newly moved in to the Burbank Boulevard newsroom are happy to have windows and general cleanliness compared to the dark, dusty old offices on Oxnard Street. A note that went out today offered employees whatever furniture is left in the old place, but it will cost them ten bucks just to visit:

Reminder: This Sunday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. the furniture at our old location is available for employees to take. There's a $10 fee to enter the building.

Don't let Sam Zell hear about that — he might want to charge his partners admission to go to work.


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