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Boston wins $16m in taxes on utility

Case may open way for others

By Casey Ross
Globe Staff / December 19, 2009

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Boston has won a $16 million tax fight with National Grid, a victory in a long-running case that could embolden cities and towns across Massachusetts to raise taxes on the utility as many communities face financial distress. (Full article: 672 words)

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