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Sticker shock

In Wellfleet, fine for keeping old parking decals outrages beachgoers

A car at White Crest Beach in Wellfleet bears an old and a new beach sticker. A car at White Crest Beach in Wellfleet bears an old and a new beach sticker. (Debee Tlumacki for The Boston Globe)
By Jenna Russell
Globe Staff / August 16, 2009

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Like salty fried clams and mosquito-plagued minigolf outings, the parking stickers layered on windshields by beachgoers have long been part of summertime on the Cape. Devotees of the beaches display their decals proudly: The more stickers on the car, the greater the proof of longevity and belonging. (Full article: 784 words)

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