Businesses and residents to return to Boylston Street

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April 23, 2013, 6:46 am
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(NECN: John Moroney) – Boston Mayor Tom Menino has announced a ‘staggered’ schedule for ‘businesses and ‘residents to begin returning to Boylston Street.
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.

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