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Merchants fear strictures for convention

By Kevin Joy
Globe Correspondent / May 29, 2004

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Richard Lacasse has heard all the promises from organizers of this summer's Democratic National Convention -- the so-called ripple effects, the economic boon for Boston. But when he thinks about Boylston Street having no parking on both sides, as required under the city's security and traffic plan, his skepticism is hard to hide. (Full Article: 660 Words)

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