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Councilors OK budget for gunshot detection

Some cautious about the project

Boston Housing Authority administrator Sandra Henriquez and Boston police Superintendent Robert Dunford responded to questions from Councilor Stephen Murphy yesterday. Boston Housing Authority administrator Sandra Henriquez and Boston police Superintendent Robert Dunford responded to questions from Councilor Stephen Murphy yesterday. (WENDY MAEDA/GLOBE STAFF)
By Suzanne Smalley and April Simpson
Globe Staff / January 25, 2007

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The City Council unanimously approved a $1.5 million budget request from the mayor yesterday to put on city streets an acoustic gunshot detection system that police say would help them pinpoint the location of gunshots. (Full article: 597 words)

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