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On the Water Front

First she cleaned Boston's beaches. Then she tackled the harbor. But even those miracles don't explain why Vivien Li may just be the most important person for this city's future.

By John Sedgwick
March 7, 2004

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Vivien Li is on the windy observation deck of the Independence Wharf building by the newly submerged Central Artery in Dewey Square. The towers of the financial district rise behind her, but they're old Boston, and Li's gaze is fixed, as usual, on the new Boston — the burgeoning South Boston waterfront, the nearly cleaned-up Fort Point Channel, the spanking ... (Full Article: 3599 Words)

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