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Harry Mattison and Brent Whelan

Welcome, Harvard; now be a good neighbor

By Harry Mattison and Brent Whelan
February 9, 2007

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NORTH ALLSTON/NORTH BRIGHTON is a thriving Boston neighborhood bounded by the Mass. Pike and the Charles River, a place where new families settle and long time homeowners maintain tidy yards. Home to 10,000 people of many cultures, this neighborhood stands poised between imminent danger and unprecedented opportunity. For in the past decade, Harvard University has bought hundreds of acres of ... (Full article: 691 words)

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