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City cracking down on homeowners' illegally created parking

At 46 Parkman St., what was once the front lawn has been turned into parking. The first fine is $150. At 46 Parkman St., what was once the front lawn has been turned into parking. The first fine is $150. (JONATHAN WIGGS/GLOBE STAFF)
By Christina Pazzanese
Globe Correspondent / January 28, 2007

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It's no secret that getting a parking space on most Boston streets can be like trying to get Red Sox playoff tickets. Spaces are so scarce, some homeowners have taken drastic measures to ensure they have one. (Full article: 638 words)

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