The City Councilor described her campaign positions at the first of monthly press conferences.
“We could have this bill passed by the end of next week. Nothing is stopping them.”
We traced 500-plus Mass properties to fewer than 20 Delaware addresses. Will this costly loophole ever close?
The governor announced plans to bring 15 judges out of retirement to fast track the backlog of eviction cases in housing court.
"We're preparing to resist evictions collectively, if they make it our only choice."
Last Wednesday, demonstrators met up in the South End to protest the impending demolition of the Harriet Tubman House.
City Council, Gov. Baker have the power to force universities—Harvard, MIT, and Lesley—and hotels to provide better alternatives
From cases where landlords hiked the rental price of apartments and living spaces by 30 to 40% in less than a day, to violations of Boston’s five-or-more rule, problems persist.
“We wrote our own tenant protection act, which has been filed. It would expand the voucher program to everyone who is over the age of 75. The state would guarantee, no matter what happens with rent, you’d be able to pay your rent and stay home.”
We were happy to receive several dozen responses—many of which echoed each other, one of which was a poem, and some of which hit on subjects that we don’t think or write about enough around here.