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Lobster firm aims to stay open after fire

City to consider interim quarters

The cause of Friday's fire at James Hook & Co. lobster company in Boston has still not been determined. The cause of Friday's fire at James Hook & Co. lobster company in Boston has still not been determined. (DAVID L. RYAN/GLOBE STAFF)
By John C. Drake
Globe Staff / June 3, 2008

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City officials will meet today with the owners of the James Hook & Co. lobster business to discuss ways to keep the iconic waterfront establishment open for business in temporary quarters, perhaps with a retail tent or trailer on the site of its burned building and a wholesale operation in the city's Marine Industrial Park. (Full article: 639 words)

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