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RED SOX TO REACH OUT TO RESIDENTS AROUND PROPOSED NEW PARK
Published June 30, 1995
Red Sox Exec VP John Buckley said yesterday "the team is not looking at other possible sights in the wake of a Tuesday public hearing where some 600 South Boston residents expressed stiff opposition" to their plans for a new park. In Boston this morning, Richard Kindleberger reports that the team will "seek out South Boston community and business leaders to hear their concerns" (BOSTON GLOBE, 6/30). Phil Primack reports that "a well placed State House source" says the Legislature will not take action on a megaplex bill this summer (BOSTON GLOBE, 6/30).