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Residents protest sidewalk in Fairhaven

Neighbors appear to hit dead-end in impasse with city

Bikers and walkers enjoy the slow pace of Donovan Avenue in Fairhaven on April 7. Neighbors worry an 80-foot sidewalk to be built at 801 Donovan will disrupt the neighborhood's character.
Bikers and walkers enjoy the slow pace of Donovan Avenue in Fairhaven on April 7. Neighbors worry an 80-foot sidewalk to be built at 801 Donovan will disrupt the neighborhood's character. (Andy Bronson/Cascadia Daily News)
By Ralph Schwartz Staff Reporter
A narrow creek and a tree-covered berm is all that separates residents on the south end of Fairhaven

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