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Neighbors fume over can removal

Security measure yields untidy result

By Donovan Slack
Globe Staff / July 20, 2004

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It was only common sense: Take the public trash cans off Boston streets and remove potential hiding places for bombs during the Democratic National Convention. But what security planners and city officials didn't count on was that people would still throw garbage into the black metal frames that held the cans. (Full Article: 861 Words)

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