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Work on South Bay Harbor Trail is launched

Bike, pedestrian path intended to open waterfront

In period clothing, Sally Snowman, keeper of Boston Lighthouse, read the posted history of the channel. Construction on the South Bay Harbor Trail is scheduled to begin later this fall for completion in 2010. In period clothing, Sally Snowman, keeper of Boston Lighthouse, read the posted history of the channel. Construction on the South Bay Harbor Trail is scheduled to begin later this fall for completion in 2010. (David L. Ryan/Globe staff)
By Christina Pazzanese
Globe Correspondent / November 8, 2008

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City and state officials marked the formal launch of work on a new bicycle and pedestrian pathway yesterday designed to open Boston's waterfront to formerly landlocked neighborhoods. (Full article: 754 words)

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