From her family farm just behind Gillette Stadium, Nancy Lawton has lived with the snarled traffic, the bellowing hordes of departing fans, the police checkpoints that delay customers and workers alike. Given her first-hand experience with game-day headaches, Lawton would seem a natural supporter of a new bylaw banning a long-standing local tradition - using their residential driveways and lawns as satellite parking lots for the stadium.
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