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Menino vows to fix streets, sidewalks

Councilor's efforts not credited in plan

By Kevin Joy
Globe Correspondent / May 19, 2004

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Needled for a year by a city councilor's crusade to rid Boston of potholes, Mayor Thomas M. Menino said yesterday he will spend $12.8 million to fix streets and sidewalks -- repaving, repairing, and in some cases, totally reconstructing crumbling pieces of streetscape. (Full Article: 648 Words)

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