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School under fire for taking bite out of woods

Neighbors, alumnae, students protest clearing of 6-acre tract where Thoreau once walked

By Sally Heaney
Globe Correspondent / July 14, 2005

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After years of protest and litigation by Concord and Carlisle residents, alumnae and students, and others opposed to Middlesex School's building on its land in what is commonly called Estabrook Woods, where Thoreau once walked and observed, the school recently cleared a 6-acre site for six tennis courts in the woods. (Full article: 1528 words)

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