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MISSION HILL—The city has picked a developer for an especially environmentally friendly project along Parker and Terrace streets: "The plan, which proposes bringing 41 new residential units to the vacant 57,757-square-foot site, is a continuation of the city's push for more sustainable residential structures, such as the ones recently unveiled on Highland Street in Roxbury." [Boston.com]
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BACK BAY—A bike-helmet-sharing station that's the first of its kind nationwide debuted at Boylston and Mass. Ave.: "HelmetHub, a company that supplies helmet vending machines, was first scheduled to launch on Aug. 26, but was delayed until Sept. 5. The September launch, however, was also pushed back due to a 'technical glitch.'" [Metro]
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MILFORD—A new report sheds unflattering light on would-be casino-resort operator Foxwoods: "The report, released by commission staff on Wednesday, urged the five-member panel to consider issues Foxwoods has had in finding additional financing, along with Foxwoods' current debt and overall financial condition." [Boston.com]

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