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BRIDGEWATER

Getting tough with party houses

Town could pull lodging licenses

By Christine Legere
Globe Correspondent / March 7, 2010

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From the perspective of youths looking to party, the two tenements on Burrill Avenue and Plymouth Street couldn’t be more strategically located. The houses, occupied by a handful of Bridgewater State College students, lie just outside the campus and directly across the street from a liquor store. The landlords, meanwhile, live several towns away. (Full article: 871 words)

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