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Posted: December 1, 2009
Students at Harvard University and residents in the surrounding neighborhoods will not have to worry about the ongoing rat problem infesting their area anymore. The Ivy League school announced this week that it would pay for 2,600 "anti-rat" trash bins to help the infestation problem.
Some residents of North Allston, a town bordering Cambridge (where Harvard is located), have blamed the prestigious school for creating the problem when it excavated a 5-acre hole for its new science complex. Although Harvard denies any wrongdoing, they are more than happy to supply the city with the bins that will cut off the source of food for the rodents.
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