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Miguel Amaya wants to sell his house because of the smell of the neighborhood.

Still more than a whiff of old woes in Chelsea

By Keith O'Brien
Globe Staff / July 17, 2007

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CHELSEA -- For years, summertime in Chelsea has meant far more than backyard barbecues, ice cream, and cold horchata in Miguel Amaya's refrigerator. It has also meant the smell of rotting cow hides, wafting down the streets and into Amaya's home. (Full article: 1029 words)

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