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City Council candidates unite on bus issue

Councilor Felix G. Arroyo and fourth-grader William Candelario waited at the corner of Quincy and Magnolia streets yesterday morning for William’s bus. Arroyo and other City Council candidates spent the morning at bus stops to monitor performance. Councilor Felix G. Arroyo and fourth-grader William Candelario waited at the corner of Quincy and Magnolia streets yesterday morning for William’s bus. Arroyo and other City Council candidates spent the morning at bus stops to monitor performance. (Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff)
By Martine Powers
Globe Staff / November 2, 2011

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One week before the City Council election, at-large candidates coalesced yesterday around the issue that has captivated city residents: late school buses. All seven candidates fanned out to bus stops and schools around the city yesterday morning, waiting with parents and school administrators to experience first-hand the bus problems that have plagued the city for two months. They all encountered the same sight: Late buses, shivering children, and angry parents.

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