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Boston Fair Housing Commission

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Commission information

Fair Housing Commission
3 years
Total Seats:

Current members

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Member Appointed Expires Status
Onyen Yong 7/1/2017 7/1/2020 Holdover
Egobudike e. Jr Ezedi 7/31/2017 7/1/2020 Holdover
Anne Galvin 12/11/2018 12/10/2021 Active
Michelle Feliz-Rosario 7/31/2017 7/1/2020 Holdover
Javier Flores 11/8/2017 7/1/2020 Holdover
William Onuoha 6/13/2018 Active