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How Brookline man can avoid Cambridge tickets

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BRAD VERTER of Brookline pays Clementine Feau of Cambridge frequent overnight visits, thereby collecting numerous parking tickets (“Tough policies on visitor parking would make Cupid proud,” Page A1 Feb. 14). Cambridge parking officials ask why he doesn’t move in with her to avoid the tickets. I have a different question for him. Verter is going from Brookline to Cambridge and clearly not traveling late at night. Why don’t you go by T?

Eva S. Moseley

Cambridge

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