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After the storm, officials point fingers

City's timing, drivers, plowing, intensity of snow are blamed

Bo He and his 5-year-old daughter, Ellen, tried to stay under control as they slid at Jamaica Pond yesterday. (Globe Staff / David L. Ryan) Bo He and his 5-year-old daughter, Ellen, tried to stay under control as they slid at Jamaica Pond yesterday.
By Peter J. Howe and Donovan Slack
Globe Staff / December 15, 2007

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After the snowstorm: The blame game. As Greater Boston residents continued to fume over the state and city response to a 10-inch snowfall that paralyzed the city, the region seethed with recriminations yesterday. (Full article: 1201 words)

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