Lynch finds a privileged space in parking wars

Every morning before dawn, residents of Dorchester Heights in South Boston scurry out of their homes to move the cars they had parked in desperation the night before in a school parking lot nearby.

The tow trucks, they know, will be prowling just after 6 a.m.

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