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Wednesday, August 9, 2006

Anger and management


Sandy Millar remembers the days when she could set her watch by the Commuter Rail train service on the Fitchburg line.

"You can't do that anymore," said the Lincoln resident. And worse: "Frequently the toilets are not in good operating use."

Millar was one of a number of Commuter Rail riders who vented their frustration at the rail line management's response to the Big Dig crisis at a North Station meeting yesterday, Globe correspondent Ari Bloomekatz reports in today's City & Region section.

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