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A fitting answer to Seaport snarl


The various state and city grandees who are just now trying to figure out how things have gone so wrong in planning for transportation and parking in the Seaport District (“A snarl in the success story,” Page A1, Aug. 16) could help to ameliorate these problems by stuffing themselves into a clown car to commute to their meetings.

Brett Randolph


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