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Ruling may force hundreds out of Cape Cod motels

Panel suspends owner's license

Kerri Blackwell walked outside the Cavalier Motel where she lives with her daughters, baby Crystal, Alexis (center), Melanie, and Felicia. They have been living there because they can't afford to rent a place. Kerri Blackwell walked outside the Cavalier Motel where she lives with her daughters, baby Crystal, Alexis (center), Melanie, and Felicia. They have been living there because they can't afford to rent a place. (PHOTOS BY JENNIFER LONGLEY FOR THE BOSTON GLOBE)
By David Abel
Globe Staff / May 20, 2008

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YARMOUTH - At the back of the motel room where Kerri Blackwell, her husband, and four young daughters have lived for more than a year, behind the mounds of laundry, the cans sorted for recycling, and the crib where the 10-month-old baby sleeps, the family has posted a handwritten sign. (Full article: 961 words)

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