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Kennedy funeral cost city $431,000

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The city deployed 629 police officers to provide security for the funeral of Senator Edward M. Kennedy last month. The city deployed 629 police officers to provide security for the funeral of Senator Edward M. Kennedy last month. (Chris Hondros/Getty Images)
By Michael Levenson
Globe Staff / September 25, 2009

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The city of Boston spent $431,000 on overtime costs to deploy 629 police officers, 48 firefighters, and a raft of other workers for the funeral of Senator Edward M. Kennedy, according to information released to the Globe yesterday under a public records request. (Full article: 320 words)

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