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A new kind of shingle is taking root on roofs

By Tim Wacker
Globe Correspondent / October 15, 2006

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IPSWICH -- When plants start growing atop a building, it usually means it's time to get a new roof. But at the new housing complex for seniors next to Ipswich Town Hall, the grass is the roof, and the thicker the better. (Full article: 958 words)

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