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Globe Editorial

To limit Chelsea pollution

January 29, 2007

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WHEN THE city of Chelsea in 1996 built a new school complex for all the city's more than 1,300 public elementary school children, it had a right to expect that the already substantial air pollution in the neighborhood would not get worse. But that could happen if state officials approve a new power plant a few hundred feet from the ... (Full article: 468 words)

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