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New T project, hope for Revere waterfront

US Representative Edward J. Markey shook hands with Mayor Thomas G. Ambrosino of Revere yesterday after delivering comments at the groundbreaking for an MBTA parking lot that will clear the way for a hotel and residential development. US Representative Edward J. Markey shook hands with Mayor Thomas G. Ambrosino of Revere yesterday after delivering comments at the groundbreaking for an MBTA parking lot that will clear the way for a hotel and residential development. (Pat Greenhouse/ Globe Staff)
By Eric Moskowitz
Globe Staff / September 14, 2010

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REVERE — With 14 gleaming shovels lined up in the ceremonial dirt pile before them, a battery of officials gathered at the MBTA’s Wonderland Station yesterday to break ground on a $53 million, 1,465-space parking garage. (Full article: 372 words)

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