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Parks plan mired by turf battle

By Anthony Flint
Globe Staff / June 13, 2004

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First of three parts The effort to establish a cohesive set of parks and buildings on the mile-long strip of land created by the submersion of the Central Artery -- one of the most anticipated new urban spaces in any American city in a century -- is faltering in the final stages because of political turf battles, colliding visions, and ... (Full Article: 2273 Words)

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