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Monday, September 11, 2006

Crowded houses


Some Framingham residents have complained that immigrants are cramming together in houses that are too small, especially in the downtown area, in order to save money.

There have been complaints about too many parked cars and too much trash and noise. Others argue the complaints are just a thinly veiled attack on immigrants.

A town committee has been looking into the issue and will report back to the Board of Selectmen at tomorrow's regular meeting.

--Lisa Kocian

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