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South Boston rarely takes kindly to change, no matter how well-intentioned.


Think about the short-lived wine bar off Perkins Square, or the fleeting attempt to adopt one-way streets.But City Hall recently adopted a major change that even hidebound residents might embrace: new zoning regulations that will affect virtually the entire neighborhood, from the yuppies on A Street to the senior citizens in City Point.


The rules are an attempt to restore order to a booming neighborhood that can feel like a giant

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