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Massachusetts makeover | Globe Editorial

Tension at the town line

December 23, 2007

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Second in a series PEOPLE who live in the 351 cities and towns in Massachusetts tend to prefer their up-close local government to the larger, less personal counties that are the norm in most other states. But the downside for residents of any one community is that their influence ends at the town line, and regional planning suffers as a ... (Full article: 854 words)

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