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A slice of the stimulus

As funds start to flow, Watertown, like communities across nation, begins to spend in ways big and small

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By Erin Ailworth
Globe Staff / April 29, 2009

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WATERTOWN - More than $6 million will be spent fixing the often treacherous Nonantum Road to make it safer. Watertown public schools will get about $390,000 to bolster the special education program. Battery maker A123Systems wants a piece of a $2 billion federal fund to produce batteries for electric vehicles. And Pauline Hennrikus, 81, just got notice that she'll be ... (Full article: 1146 words)

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