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Tuesday, January 16, 2007

7+2=10

I just came across this clipping I had saved from the Boston Globe some years ago. Unfortunately, I don’t know the date, and it’s not really worth the trouble researching it. It quotes Joe Cazazza. who has finally retired from his long-held position as Commissioner of Public Works for the City of Boston:
“For every ten people you ask, seven will say, ‘Great, we have a clean street,’ ” said Casazza. “The other two will hate you for life.”
The seven must live in certain neighborhoods...

I don’t know about the missing one.

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