Residents, businesses return to Boylston Street

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April 23, 2013, 11:38 am
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(NECN: John Moroney, Boston) – It's a busy day along Boylston Street Tuesday. The FBI officially returned control of the street back to Boston on Monday.

On Tuesday, city officials allowed those who live and work there to return for the first time since the bombing attacks.

It's a ‘staggered’ schedule for businesses and residents to begin returning to Boylston Street. Residents have begun the process of returning.
     
It's being broken down by street.
     
At 10:00 am - businesses and residents between Hereford and Gloucester should arrive at Hynes.
     
At 11:00 am - the block between Gloucester and Fairfield should return
     
At noon - the block between Dartmouth and Clarendon should return
     
At 1:00 pm - the block between Clarendon and Berkeley should return
     
At 2:00 pm - the block between Exeter and Dartmouth should return
     
At 3:00 pm - the block between Fairfield and Exeter should return
     
Keep in mind the street remains closed to traffic and the general public.

Watch attached video for more.


Tags: Boylston , bombing, Boston Marathon, John Moroney, residents, Hynes
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