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ALLSTON/BRIGHTON

Snowed-under residents would rather be fenced in

February 26, 2006

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When the westbound side of the Massachusetts Turnpike was widened to accommodate a breakdown lane as the highway passed through Allston and Brighton, a wood picket fence was installed to keep plowed snow off adjacent Lincoln Street. But it hasn't been up to the task: Small sections collapsed in the season's first big storm, in early December, and after far ... (Full article: 278 words)

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