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She keeps an eye on city's eyesores

Her job is to make sure codes are met

Code inspector Pam Wilderman. Code inspector Pam Wilderman. (BILL POLO/GLOBE STAFF)
By Lisa Kocian
Globe Staff / September 9, 2007

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On a blazing hot afternoon, Pam Wilderman, Marlborough's first code enforcement officer, knocked on the door of a run-down house on Miles Standish Drive. Residents from the well-kept, middle-class neighborhood had complained to police that the house was an eyesore and a nighttime hangout for teenagers. (Full article: 1149 words)

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