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Slowing down the flow

Critics say rush for US stimulus money is putting watershed at risk

Two young girls tried to net some fish Monday in Lake Cochituate in Natick, which some say could be adversely impacted by stimulus money plans. Two young girls tried to net some fish Monday in Lake Cochituate in Natick, which some say could be adversely impacted by stimulus money plans. (Michele Mcdonald for The Boston Globe)
By Beth Daley
Globe Staff / August 27, 2009

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Framingham officials, aided by the state, are racing to secure federal economic stimulus money for a public works project that is being criticized because of concern it would significantly harm the Sudbury River and a lake popular with boaters. (Full article: 915 words)

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