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Complaints pave way for Allandale upgrade

Allandale Street, a bumpy quilt of patches and potholes with faded road markings, will be repaved and restriped. Allandale Street, a bumpy quilt of patches and potholes with faded road markings, will be repaved and restriped. (Christina Pazzanese for The Boston Globe)
By Christina Pazzanese
Globe Correspondent / October 11, 2010

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Reader Leslie Kurtzberg asks GlobeWatch why the city of Boston has done nothing about a very busy, poorly-maintained street that links a leafy section of Jamaica Plain near Faulkner Hospital to Grove Street in South Brookline. (Full article: 398 words)

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