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Tent city raises issues about use of public park

Cambridge’s homeless population grows

Kenneth O’Brien and Earlene French’s camp in Cambridge has been a source of intrigue for passersby. Kenneth O’Brien and Earlene French’s camp in Cambridge has been a source of intrigue for passersby. (Matthew J. Lee/ Globe Staff)
By Meghan E. Irons
Globe Staff / October 8, 2009

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After peddling donated books in Harvard Square each day, Kenneth O’Brien packs up his belongings and family and heads around the corner to a city-owned park, where he sets up for the night. (Full article: 800 words)

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