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By John Dyer
Globe Correspondent / June 28, 2007

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Last year Lincoln officials wanted to rethink how they operated the Pierce House, a town-owned mansion that hosts weddings and other special events. So they advertised for a consultant who could analyze revenues, gauge the market, and suggest options. But professional consultants said Lincoln's offer of $15,000 for the job wasn't enough. (Full article: 732 words)

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