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Parking-marker compromise sought

Councilors aim to sway Menino

By Andrea Estes
Globe Staff / December 31, 2004

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Boston Public Works crews yesterday yanked 27 tons of lawn chairs, plastic cones, baby carriages, and other assorted objects used to mark shoveled-out parking spots from city streets, but as quickly as workers removed them, defiant residents put more out. (Full article: 676 words)

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