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Globe Editorial

For council in Allston-Brighton

September 19, 2007

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ATTORNEYS ARE overrepresented in politics. But if there is one place that really needs the services of a good legal mind it would be the Allston-Brighton section of Boston, where the expansion plans of Harvard and Boston College dominate discussions among the candidates seeking to fill a coming vacancy on the City Council. Attorney Timothy Schofield stands out in the ... (Full article: 302 words)

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