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The buzz in town

In a wireless Brookline, paying bills could be a walk in the park, and your parking meter might message a warning, 'You're about to expire!'

By Kennan Knudson
Globe Correspondent / April 17, 2005

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If you listen carefully, you might detect a new buzz in Brookline's airwaves. It's whispering through Starbucks , in the schools and libraries, and down the corridors of Town Hall. The buzz is wireless, and it stands to change the face of Brookline. (Full article: 1895 words)

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