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Enforcers of shoveling newly armed

Hub goes high-tech for sidewalk law

Wendy Maeda/Globe StaffPat McDonagh, a code enforcement officer in Boston, photographed an unshoveled sidewalk on Sachem Street in Mission Hill. Wendy Maeda/Globe StaffPat McDonagh, a code enforcement officer in Boston, photographed an unshoveled sidewalk on Sachem Street in Mission Hill. (Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff)
By Andrew Ryan
Globe Staff / January 16, 2009

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The black-and-white thumbnails can be grainy, but the city hopes that the pictures of ice-crusted, snow-packed sidewalks send a clear message: Weaseling out of a $50 fine for not shoveling has gotten a lot harder. (Full article: 821 words)

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