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(NECN) - In a moving ceremony Monday afternoon, the Federal Bureau of Investigation turned over Bolyston Street to the City of Boston a week after the Boston Marathon bombings.
FBI officials presented Boston Mayor Tom Menino with a commemorative American flag that has flown at half-staff over the finish line.
The ceremony is part of a five-phase plan for re-opening the street.
The items that are part of a memorial to victims at the intersection of Bolyston and Berkeley Streets, along with other memorials, are being relocated to Copley Square Park.