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“We’re at a crisis situation,” said Flaherty, “when you see a lifelong resident, young families, fixed-income seniors, our veterans. When you see your families and friends priced out.”


There is no space for this type of divisive action. Our schools should be safe havens for our children to learn and grow regardless of race, ethnicity or creed.


BOSTON – Boston City Councilors, Michael Flaherty and Lydia Edwards called for a hearing this week to discuss services available to residents with disabilities and those offered through the Mayor’s Commission for Persons with Disabilities. The Councilors seek to examine new ways to support the agency’s mission by improving access, removing any potential barriers in our city and providing equal opportunity for all.


Boston City Councilor At-Large Michael F. Flaherty, Chair of the Committee on the Community Preservation Act, would like to remind residents, business owners and community-based organizations that the deadline for the next round of the Community Preservation funding is scheduled for September 28, 2018 at 4pm.

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