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Warnings of a crowded future

Planners urge dramatic change in region's development patterns before open space is gone

By Kay Lazar and Matt Carroll
Globe Staff / July 5, 2007

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Marc Draisen has seen the future for suburban communities, and for many, he said, it is troubling. They will grapple with serious water shortages. They will battle worsening traffic. And they will lose acres upon acres of fields and farmland. (Full article: 1068 words)

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