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Brian McGrory

A defiant mayor makes his case - for Lawrence

William Lantigua, shown on Election Day in November, said he would be letting people down if he relinquished a post. William Lantigua, shown on Election Day in November, said he would be letting people down if he relinquished a post. (Joanne Rathe/Globe Staff File 2009)
By Brian McGrory
Globe Columnist / February 11, 2010

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He was sitting in his third-floor office yesterday afternoon barely sheltered from the storm that was gathering just outside his door - not the snow that harmlessly swirled, but the barrage of outrage over his recent behavior. (Full article: 1087 words)

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