Kiosks put back to work on their street corners

Bulletin: Kiosks put back to work on their street corners - The Boston Globe

Why did this take 10 months to resolve?

"Last summer, the kiosks at the corner of Harvard and Brighton avenues and at North Beacon and Cambridge streets were replaced by street-level miniature billboards as part of a contract between the city and Wall USA, which also has built a number of new bus shelters around the city. One kiosk at the corner of Harvard and Commonwealth avenues was left standing, but the two that were removed were mourned by local entrepreneurs and Allston Village Main Streets, a nonprofit organization that works to promote small businesses in the neighborhood . The group had erected the kiosks eight years ago."

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