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The annual report spans over 900 pages, and is full of detailed information and statistics.
The City Council is in its fourth week of budget hearings for Fiscal Year 2019.
Councilors Pressley and Essaibi-George honored Joseph D. Feaster, Jr., a parent who lost his son to...
After last week's nor'easter that brought in close to 20 inches of snow, Councilor O...
At just 10 years old, Azariah Mamousette is already an award winning and record breaking swimmer....
There has been at least one woman on the Boston City Council for the past 41 years, since 1974. The...
The Council adopted a Resolution to Support the March for Our Lives and Comprehensive Action to...
At this year’s Black History Month Event, "The Diaspora: A Celebration of Black...
The Council passed a message and order approving the City of Boston to accept the right to enforce...
New state legislation is aimed at increasing students' safety on campus and providing...
Councilor O’Malley facilitated the annual Spelling Bee at the Joseph P. Manning Elementary...
Councilor introduces the first docket to be assigned to the new Committee on Small Business...
Councilor O’Malley recognized Bud Waite for his honorable service and commitment to the City...
During this Wednesday's Council meeting, Councilor Edwards recognized Captain McCormick for...
During Wednesday’s Council meeting, Clarence Cooper was honored for his dedication to public...
Last year, the City Council voted to support TPS and urge Congress to reconsider the policy change.
Some of the Motions, Orders, and Resolutions from this week’s Council meeting may look...
During the first Council meeting since Inauguration Day, the Council voted unanimously to approve...
As we kicked off the legislative calendar for 2018, the Council welcomed its new members,...
The City Council approved a grant appropriation for the Dudley Branch of the Boston Public...
The City Council approved an order authorizing the extension of property tax...
The council voted to support the program, which President Trump has proposed to dissolve...
Video highlights from this week's council meeting, where the Council bids farewell and...
The council is urging the state legislature to pass House Bill 3017, an Act to Preserve Affordable...
The council unanimously approved a supplemental appropriation of $3,256,331 in order to provide...
The Boston City Council’s Special Committee on the Community Preservation Act has announced...
The council voted unanimously on the Right to Charge, a home rule petition which would codify the...
The City Council is standing with Northeastern dining hall workers following their strike.
The City Council voted unanimously to pass an order authorizing the City of Boston to adopt...
The Jim Brooks Stabilization Act, also known as Just Cause Eviction, passed in a 10-3 vote.

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