Boston Housing Authority seeks $4 million for public safety officers

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The Boston Housing Authority is seeking a one-time $4 million allocation from the city to keep public safety officers in buildings that house the elderly and disabled.

The money would fill a federal funding gap and for one year cover the wages and benefits cof 56 unarmed officers who . . . → Read More: Boston Housing Authority seeks $4 million for public safety officers

City of Boston will award $28 million to affordable housing

The city of Boston is providing $28 million in federal and local money to fund the development and preservation of hundreds of affordable housing units across six city neighborhoods.

On Tuesday, the city’s department of neighborhood development will award $21 million in federal and local money, while Boston’s neighborhood housing trust will provide . . . → Read More: City of Boston will award $28 million to affordable housing