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Harvard plans to redo Allston sidewalk as promised long ago

Expects city to give its approval soon

North Harvard Street in Allston, where Harvard University promises to fix a sidewalk pocked with ditches after Labor Day. North Harvard Street in Allston, where Harvard University promises to fix a sidewalk pocked with ditches after Labor Day. (JOSH REYNOLDS FOR THE BOSTON GLOBE)
By Tracy Jan
Globe Staff / August 25, 2007

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Harvard University plans to make over a weed-strewn sidewalk pocked with ditches in Allston after Labor Day, a decade after the school promised that it would spruce up the area as the campus expanded across the Charles River. (Full article: 494 words)

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