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MENINO'S RECORD

City's parks experience a renaissance

But battles remain over crime, upkeep

Menino threw a baseball around last month at Moakley Park in South Boston with players from a West Roxbury Little League team. During his tenure, Menino has spent more than $110 million on Boston parks and playgrounds.
Menino threw a baseball around last month at Moakley Park in South Boston with players from a West Roxbury Little League team. During his tenure, Menino has spent more than $110 million on Boston parks and playgrounds. (Globe Staff Photo / John Tlumacki) Globe Staff Photo / John Tlumacki
August 31, 2005

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Third in a series of occasional articles examining the mayor's performance on major issues during his 12 years in office. (Full article: 1481 words)

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