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2 die in Milton house blaze:; One a developer, NAACP leader

MILTON — Just two weeks ago, Kenneth Guscott and his family were recognized at an event honoring Boston's storied black families. In his address to the crowd, the prominent developer spoke glowingly about his vision for Dudley Square and his final project: a $200 million, 25-story tower that he hoped would become the tallest building in Roxbury.

"This is the last one before I retire," he promised neighbors and friends after coming out of retirement for a third time. Guscott, 91, couldn'

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