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The issue: Development

DEVELOPMENT Menino said the South Boston Waterfront (above, in August) and the Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway are key goals. Hennigan said vacant area buildings could be converted into housing.
DEVELOPMENT Menino said the South Boston Waterfront (above, in August) and the Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway are key goals. Hennigan said vacant area buildings could be converted into housing. (Globe Staff File Photo / David L. Ryan) Globe Staff File Photo / David L. Ryan
By Michael Levenson
Globe Correspondent / November 5, 2005

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They want more affordable housing, clout for residents, and protections for neighborhoods. But the mayoral candidates do not agree on how to accomplish those goals. (Full article: 2271 words)

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