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Also to today's Globe West

Posted by Ralph Ranalli September 2, 2007 11:20 AM

Globe West's reporters and correspondents have produced a variety of must-read stories for today's edition, including:

Staff writer Stephanie Siek's report about the city of Waltham has received little credible outside interest in a plan to turn the former Banks School into housing or services for the disabled;

Correspondents Sapna Pathak and Alexandra Perloe's report about how school officials are scrambling for ways to avoid charging user fees for sports programs (this story includes a sidebar about what students in various districts pay to play);

Correspondent Christina Pazzanese's report about how the developers of a proposed apartment complex in East Watertown have come under scrutiny from the town about their past business practices, and;

Bureau chief Erica Noonan's report about how the a rivalry on the Sherborn Board of Selectmen has spawned charges of open meeting law violations and an investigation by the Middlesex County District Attorney's Office.

For a complete listing of all of today's Globe West stories, visit the section online.

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