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0652
Councilors Wu, Edwards, Flynn, Janey, McCarthy O’Malley and Zakim offered the following: Resolution that the Boston City Council go on record in support of House Resolution 109 and Senate Resolution 59 “A Resolution Recognizing the duty of the Federal Government to create a Green New Deal”.On motion of Councilor Wu, the rules were suspended; the resolution was adopted; yeas 9 nays 3 (Baker, Ciommo, Garrison).
2019-04-10
Baker
N
0652
Councilors Wu, Edwards, Flynn, Janey, McCarthy O’Malley and Zakim offered the following: Resolution that the Boston City Council go on record in support of House Resolution 109 and Senate Resolution 59 “A Resolution Recognizing the duty of the Federal Government to create a Green New Deal”.On motion of Councilor Wu, the rules were suspended; the resolution was adopted; yeas 9 nays 3 (Baker, Ciommo, Garrison).
2019-04-10
Campbell
Y
0652
Councilors Wu, Edwards, Flynn, Janey, McCarthy O’Malley and Zakim offered the following: Resolution that the Boston City Council go on record in support of House Resolution 109 and Senate Resolution 59 “A Resolution Recognizing the duty of the Federal Government to create a Green New Deal”.On motion of Councilor Wu, the rules were suspended; the resolution was adopted; yeas 9 nays 3 (Baker, Ciommo, Garrison).
2019-04-10
Ciommo
N
0652
Councilors Wu, Edwards, Flynn, Janey, McCarthy O’Malley and Zakim offered the following: Resolution that the Boston City Council go on record in support of House Resolution 109 and Senate Resolution 59 “A Resolution Recognizing the duty of the Federal Government to create a Green New Deal”.On motion of Councilor Wu, the rules were suspended; the resolution was adopted; yeas 9 nays 3 (Baker, Ciommo, Garrison).
2019-04-10
Edwards
Y
0652
Councilors Wu, Edwards, Flynn, Janey, McCarthy O’Malley and Zakim offered the following: Resolution that the Boston City Council go on record in support of House Resolution 109 and Senate Resolution 59 “A Resolution Recognizing the duty of the Federal Government to create a Green New Deal”.On motion of Councilor Wu, the rules were suspended; the resolution was adopted; yeas 9 nays 3 (Baker, Ciommo, Garrison).
2019-04-10
Essaibi-George
Y
0652
Councilors Wu, Edwards, Flynn, Janey, McCarthy O’Malley and Zakim offered the following: Resolution that the Boston City Council go on record in support of House Resolution 109 and Senate Resolution 59 “A Resolution Recognizing the duty of the Federal Government to create a Green New Deal”.On motion of Councilor Wu, the rules were suspended; the resolution was adopted; yeas 9 nays 3 (Baker, Ciommo, Garrison).
2019-04-10
Flaherty
Y
0652
Councilors Wu, Edwards, Flynn, Janey, McCarthy O’Malley and Zakim offered the following: Resolution that the Boston City Council go on record in support of House Resolution 109 and Senate Resolution 59 “A Resolution Recognizing the duty of the Federal Government to create a Green New Deal”.On motion of Councilor Wu, the rules were suspended; the resolution was adopted; yeas 9 nays 3 (Baker, Ciommo, Garrison).
2019-04-10
Flynn
Y
0652
Councilors Wu, Edwards, Flynn, Janey, McCarthy O’Malley and Zakim offered the following: Resolution that the Boston City Council go on record in support of House Resolution 109 and Senate Resolution 59 “A Resolution Recognizing the duty of the Federal Government to create a Green New Deal”.On motion of Councilor Wu, the rules were suspended; the resolution was adopted; yeas 9 nays 3 (Baker, Ciommo, Garrison).
2019-04-10
Janey
Y
0652
Councilors Wu, Edwards, Flynn, Janey, McCarthy O’Malley and Zakim offered the following: Resolution that the Boston City Council go on record in support of House Resolution 109 and Senate Resolution 59 “A Resolution Recognizing the duty of the Federal Government to create a Green New Deal”.On motion of Councilor Wu, the rules were suspended; the resolution was adopted; yeas 9 nays 3 (Baker, Ciommo, Garrison).
2019-04-10
McCarthy
Y
0652
Councilors Wu, Edwards, Flynn, Janey, McCarthy O’Malley and Zakim offered the following: Resolution that the Boston City Council go on record in support of House Resolution 109 and Senate Resolution 59 “A Resolution Recognizing the duty of the Federal Government to create a Green New Deal”.On motion of Councilor Wu, the rules were suspended; the resolution was adopted; yeas 9 nays 3 (Baker, Ciommo, Garrison).
2019-04-10
OMalley
Y
0652
Councilors Wu, Edwards, Flynn, Janey, McCarthy O’Malley and Zakim offered the following: Resolution that the Boston City Council go on record in support of House Resolution 109 and Senate Resolution 59 “A Resolution Recognizing the duty of the Federal Government to create a Green New Deal”.On motion of Councilor Wu, the rules were suspended; the resolution was adopted; yeas 9 nays 3 (Baker, Ciommo, Garrison).
2019-04-10
Garrison
Y
0652
Councilors Wu, Edwards, Flynn, Janey, McCarthy O’Malley and Zakim offered the following: Resolution that the Boston City Council go on record in support of House Resolution 109 and Senate Resolution 59 “A Resolution Recognizing the duty of the Federal Government to create a Green New Deal”.On motion of Councilor Wu, the rules were suspended; the resolution was adopted; yeas 9 nays 3 (Baker, Ciommo, Garrison).
2019-04-10
Wu
Y
0652
Councilors Wu, Edwards, Flynn, Janey, McCarthy O’Malley and Zakim offered the following: Resolution that the Boston City Council go on record in support of House Resolution 109 and Senate Resolution 59 “A Resolution Recognizing the duty of the Federal Government to create a Green New Deal”.On motion of Councilor Wu, the rules were suspended; the resolution was adopted; yeas 9 nays 3 (Baker, Ciommo, Garrison).
2019-04-10
Zakim
Y
0652
Councilors Wu, Edwards, Flynn, Janey, McCarthy O’Malley and Zakim offered the following: Resolution that the Boston City Council go on record in support of House Resolution 109 and Senate Resolution 59 “A Resolution Recognizing the duty of the Federal Government to create a Green New Deal”.On motion of Councilor Wu, the rules were suspended; the resolution was adopted; yeas 9 nays 3 (Baker, Ciommo, Garrison).
2019-04-10
Baker
N
0652
Councilors Wu, Edwards, Flynn, Janey, McCarthy O’Malley and Zakim offered the following: Resolution that the Boston City Council go on record in support of House Resolution 109 and Senate Resolution 59 “A Resolution Recognizing the duty of the Federal Government to create a Green New Deal”.On motion of Councilor Wu, the rules were suspended; the resolution was adopted; yeas 9 nays 3 (Baker, Ciommo, Garrison).
2019-04-10
Campbell
Y
0652
Councilors Wu, Edwards, Flynn, Janey, McCarthy O’Malley and Zakim offered the following: Resolution that the Boston City Council go on record in support of House Resolution 109 and Senate Resolution 59 “A Resolution Recognizing the duty of the Federal Government to create a Green New Deal”.On motion of Councilor Wu, the rules were suspended; the resolution was adopted; yeas 9 nays 3 (Baker, Ciommo, Garrison).
2019-04-10
Ciommo
N
0652
Councilors Wu, Edwards, Flynn, Janey, McCarthy O’Malley and Zakim offered the following: Resolution that the Boston City Council go on record in support of House Resolution 109 and Senate Resolution 59 “A Resolution Recognizing the duty of the Federal Government to create a Green New Deal”.On motion of Councilor Wu, the rules were suspended; the resolution was adopted; yeas 9 nays 3 (Baker, Ciommo, Garrison).
2019-04-10
Edwards
Y
0652
Councilors Wu, Edwards, Flynn, Janey, McCarthy O’Malley and Zakim offered the following: Resolution that the Boston City Council go on record in support of House Resolution 109 and Senate Resolution 59 “A Resolution Recognizing the duty of the Federal Government to create a Green New Deal”.On motion of Councilor Wu, the rules were suspended; the resolution was adopted; yeas 9 nays 3 (Baker, Ciommo, Garrison).
2019-04-10
Essaibi-George
Y
0652
Councilors Wu, Edwards, Flynn, Janey, McCarthy O’Malley and Zakim offered the following: Resolution that the Boston City Council go on record in support of House Resolution 109 and Senate Resolution 59 “A Resolution Recognizing the duty of the Federal Government to create a Green New Deal”.On motion of Councilor Wu, the rules were suspended; the resolution was adopted; yeas 9 nays 3 (Baker, Ciommo, Garrison).
2019-04-10
Flaherty
Y
0652
Councilors Wu, Edwards, Flynn, Janey, McCarthy O’Malley and Zakim offered the following: Resolution that the Boston City Council go on record in support of House Resolution 109 and Senate Resolution 59 “A Resolution Recognizing the duty of the Federal Government to create a Green New Deal”.On motion of Councilor Wu, the rules were suspended; the resolution was adopted; yeas 9 nays 3 (Baker, Ciommo, Garrison).
2019-04-10
Flynn
Y
0652
Councilors Wu, Edwards, Flynn, Janey, McCarthy O’Malley and Zakim offered the following: Resolution that the Boston City Council go on record in support of House Resolution 109 and Senate Resolution 59 “A Resolution Recognizing the duty of the Federal Government to create a Green New Deal”.On motion of Councilor Wu, the rules were suspended; the resolution was adopted; yeas 9 nays 3 (Baker, Ciommo, Garrison).
2019-04-10
Garrison
N
0652
Councilors Wu, Edwards, Flynn, Janey, McCarthy O’Malley and Zakim offered the following: Resolution that the Boston City Council go on record in support of House Resolution 109 and Senate Resolution 59 “A Resolution Recognizing the duty of the Federal Government to create a Green New Deal”.On motion of Councilor Wu, the rules were suspended; the resolution was adopted; yeas 9 nays 3 (Baker, Ciommo, Garrison).
2019-04-10
Janey
Y
0652
Councilors Wu, Edwards, Flynn, Janey, McCarthy O’Malley and Zakim offered the following: Resolution that the Boston City Council go on record in support of House Resolution 109 and Senate Resolution 59 “A Resolution Recognizing the duty of the Federal Government to create a Green New Deal”.On motion of Councilor Wu, the rules were suspended; the resolution was adopted; yeas 9 nays 3 (Baker, Ciommo, Garrison).
2019-04-10
McCarthy
Y
0652
Councilors Wu, Edwards, Flynn, Janey, McCarthy O’Malley and Zakim offered the following: Resolution that the Boston City Council go on record in support of House Resolution 109 and Senate Resolution 59 “A Resolution Recognizing the duty of the Federal Government to create a Green New Deal”.On motion of Councilor Wu, the rules were suspended; the resolution was adopted; yeas 9 nays 3 (Baker, Ciommo, Garrison).
2019-04-10
OMalley
Y
0652
Councilors Wu, Edwards, Flynn, Janey, McCarthy O’Malley and Zakim offered the following: Resolution that the Boston City Council go on record in support of House Resolution 109 and Senate Resolution 59 “A Resolution Recognizing the duty of the Federal Government to create a Green New Deal”.On motion of Councilor Wu, the rules were suspended; the resolution was adopted; yeas 9 nays 3 (Baker, Ciommo, Garrison).
2019-04-10
Wu
Y
0652
Councilors Wu, Edwards, Flynn, Janey, McCarthy O’Malley and Zakim offered the following: Resolution that the Boston City Council go on record in support of House Resolution 109 and Senate Resolution 59 “A Resolution Recognizing the duty of the Federal Government to create a Green New Deal”.On motion of Councilor Wu, the rules were suspended; the resolution was adopted; yeas 9 nays 3 (Baker, Ciommo, Garrison).
2019-04-10
Zakim
Y
0107
Councilor Wu called Docket #0107, message and order for your approval to authorize a sale of certain portion of public way known as Gold Street, as shown on a plan of land entitled "City of Boston, Public Works Department, Engineering Division, Discontinuance Plan, Gold Street, South Boston, dated November 9, 2018" specifically containing about 6,261 sq. ft. (“the Discontinued Parcel)”, from the Committee on Planning, Development and Transportation.Hearing no objection, the matter was before the body.On motion of Councilor Wu, the order was read a second time and again passed; yeas 11, nays 0 (absent Essaibi-George, McCarthy).
2019-03-13
Ciommo
Y
0107
Councilor Wu called Docket #0107, message and order for your approval to authorize a sale of certain portion of public way known as Gold Street, as shown on a plan of land entitled "City of Boston, Public Works Department, Engineering Division, Discontinuance Plan, Gold Street, South Boston, dated November 9, 2018" specifically containing about 6,261 sq. ft. (“the Discontinued Parcel)”, from the Committee on Planning, Development and Transportation.Hearing no objection, the matter was before the body.On motion of Councilor Wu, the order was read a second time and again passed; yeas 11, nays 0 (absent Essaibi-George, McCarthy).
2019-03-13
Edwards
Y
0107
Councilor Wu called Docket #0107, message and order for your approval to authorize a sale of certain portion of public way known as Gold Street, as shown on a plan of land entitled "City of Boston, Public Works Department, Engineering Division, Discontinuance Plan, Gold Street, South Boston, dated November 9, 2018" specifically containing about 6,261 sq. ft. (“the Discontinued Parcel)”, from the Committee on Planning, Development and Transportation.Hearing no objection, the matter was before the body.On motion of Councilor Wu, the order was read a second time and again passed; yeas 11, nays 0 (absent Essaibi-George, McCarthy).
2019-03-13
Essaibi-George
NP
0107
Councilor Wu called Docket #0107, message and order for your approval to authorize a sale of certain portion of public way known as Gold Street, as shown on a plan of land entitled "City of Boston, Public Works Department, Engineering Division, Discontinuance Plan, Gold Street, South Boston, dated November 9, 2018" specifically containing about 6,261 sq. ft. (“the Discontinued Parcel)”, from the Committee on Planning, Development and Transportation.Hearing no objection, the matter was before the body.On motion of Councilor Wu, the order was read a second time and again passed; yeas 11, nays 0 (absent Essaibi-George, McCarthy).
2019-03-13
Flaherty
Y
0107
Councilor Wu called Docket #0107, message and order for your approval to authorize a sale of certain portion of public way known as Gold Street, as shown on a plan of land entitled "City of Boston, Public Works Department, Engineering Division, Discontinuance Plan, Gold Street, South Boston, dated November 9, 2018" specifically containing about 6,261 sq. ft. (“the Discontinued Parcel)”, from the Committee on Planning, Development and Transportation.Hearing no objection, the matter was before the body.On motion of Councilor Wu, the order was read a second time and again passed; yeas 11, nays 0 (absent Essaibi-George, McCarthy).
2019-03-13
Flynn
Y
0107
Councilor Wu called Docket #0107, message and order for your approval to authorize a sale of certain portion of public way known as Gold Street, as shown on a plan of land entitled "City of Boston, Public Works Department, Engineering Division, Discontinuance Plan, Gold Street, South Boston, dated November 9, 2018" specifically containing about 6,261 sq. ft. (“the Discontinued Parcel)”, from the Committee on Planning, Development and Transportation.Hearing no objection, the matter was before the body.On motion of Councilor Wu, the order was read a second time and again passed; yeas 11, nays 0 (absent Essaibi-George, McCarthy).
2019-03-13
Garrison
Y
0107
Councilor Wu called Docket #0107, message and order for your approval to authorize a sale of certain portion of public way known as Gold Street, as shown on a plan of land entitled "City of Boston, Public Works Department, Engineering Division, Discontinuance Plan, Gold Street, South Boston, dated November 9, 2018" specifically containing about 6,261 sq. ft. (“the Discontinued Parcel)”, from the Committee on Planning, Development and Transportation.Hearing no objection, the matter was before the body.On motion of Councilor Wu, the order was read a second time and again passed; yeas 11, nays 0 (absent Essaibi-George, McCarthy).
2019-03-13
Janey
Y
0107
Councilor Wu called Docket #0107, message and order for your approval to authorize a sale of certain portion of public way known as Gold Street, as shown on a plan of land entitled "City of Boston, Public Works Department, Engineering Division, Discontinuance Plan, Gold Street, South Boston, dated November 9, 2018" specifically containing about 6,261 sq. ft. (“the Discontinued Parcel)”, from the Committee on Planning, Development and Transportation.Hearing no objection, the matter was before the body.On motion of Councilor Wu, the order was read a second time and again passed; yeas 11, nays 0 (absent Essaibi-George, McCarthy).
2019-03-13
McCarthy
NP
0107
Councilor Wu called Docket #0107, message and order for your approval to authorize a sale of certain portion of public way known as Gold Street, as shown on a plan of land entitled "City of Boston, Public Works Department, Engineering Division, Discontinuance Plan, Gold Street, South Boston, dated November 9, 2018" specifically containing about 6,261 sq. ft. (“the Discontinued Parcel)”, from the Committee on Planning, Development and Transportation.Hearing no objection, the matter was before the body.On motion of Councilor Wu, the order was read a second time and again passed; yeas 11, nays 0 (absent Essaibi-George, McCarthy).
2019-03-13
OMalley
Y
0107
Councilor Wu called Docket #0107, message and order for your approval to authorize a sale of certain portion of public way known as Gold Street, as shown on a plan of land entitled "City of Boston, Public Works Department, Engineering Division, Discontinuance Plan, Gold Street, South Boston, dated November 9, 2018" specifically containing about 6,261 sq. ft. (“the Discontinued Parcel)”, from the Committee on Planning, Development and Transportation.Hearing no objection, the matter was before the body.On motion of Councilor Wu, the order was read a second time and again passed; yeas 11, nays 0 (absent Essaibi-George, McCarthy).
2019-03-13
Wu
Y
0107
Councilor Wu called Docket #0107, message and order for your approval to authorize a sale of certain portion of public way known as Gold Street, as shown on a plan of land entitled "City of Boston, Public Works Department, Engineering Division, Discontinuance Plan, Gold Street, South Boston, dated November 9, 2018" specifically containing about 6,261 sq. ft. (“the Discontinued Parcel)”, from the Committee on Planning, Development and Transportation.Hearing no objection, the matter was before the body.On motion of Councilor Wu, the order was read a second time and again passed; yeas 11, nays 0 (absent Essaibi-George, McCarthy).
2019-03-13
Zakim
Y
0107
Councilor Wu called Docket #0107, message and order for your approval to authorize a sale of certain portion of public way known as Gold Street, as shown on a plan of land entitled "City of Boston, Public Works Department, Engineering Division, Discontinuance Plan, Gold Street, South Boston, dated November 9, 2018" specifically containing about 6,261 sq. ft. (“the Discontinued Parcel)”, from the Committee on Planning, Development and Transportation.Hearing no objection, the matter was before the body.On motion of Councilor Wu, the order was read a second time and again passed; yeas 11, nays 0 (absent Essaibi-George, McCarthy).
2019-03-13
Baker
Y
0107
Councilor Wu called Docket #0107, message and order for your approval to authorize a sale of certain portion of public way known as Gold Street, as shown on a plan of land entitled "City of Boston, Public Works Department, Engineering Division, Discontinuance Plan, Gold Street, South Boston, dated November 9, 2018" specifically containing about 6,261 sq. ft. (“the Discontinued Parcel)”, from the Committee on Planning, Development and Transportation.Hearing no objection, the matter was before the body.On motion of Councilor Wu, the order was read a second time and again passed; yeas 11, nays 0 (absent Essaibi-George, McCarthy).
2019-03-13
Campbell
Y
0377
On the message and order, referred February 27, 2019, Docket #0377, approving an appropriation of Thirty-Four Million Nine Hundred Twenty-Six Thousand Seven Hundred Dollars ($34,926,700.00) from the Fiscal Year 2018 and Fiscal Year 2019 Community Preservation Fund revenues for community preservation projects at the recommendation of the City of Boston Community Preservation Committee ("CPC"), the Committee submitted a report recommending the order ought to pass.The report was accepted; the order was passed; yeas 10, nays 0. (Absent Baker, Ciommo and McCarthy.)
2019-03-06
Baker
NP
0377
On the message and order, referred February 27, 2019, Docket #0377, approving an appropriation of Thirty-Four Million Nine Hundred Twenty-Six Thousand Seven Hundred Dollars ($34,926,700.00) from the Fiscal Year 2018 and Fiscal Year 2019 Community Preservation Fund revenues for community preservation projects at the recommendation of the City of Boston Community Preservation Committee ("CPC"), the Committee submitted a report recommending the order ought to pass.The report was accepted; the order was passed; yeas 10, nays 0. (Absent Baker, Ciommo and McCarthy.)
2019-03-06
Campbell
Y
0377
On the message and order, referred February 27, 2019, Docket #0377, approving an appropriation of Thirty-Four Million Nine Hundred Twenty-Six Thousand Seven Hundred Dollars ($34,926,700.00) from the Fiscal Year 2018 and Fiscal Year 2019 Community Preservation Fund revenues for community preservation projects at the recommendation of the City of Boston Community Preservation Committee ("CPC"), the Committee submitted a report recommending the order ought to pass.The report was accepted; the order was passed; yeas 10, nays 0. (Absent Baker, Ciommo and McCarthy.)
2019-03-06
Ciommo
NP
0377
On the message and order, referred February 27, 2019, Docket #0377, approving an appropriation of Thirty-Four Million Nine Hundred Twenty-Six Thousand Seven Hundred Dollars ($34,926,700.00) from the Fiscal Year 2018 and Fiscal Year 2019 Community Preservation Fund revenues for community preservation projects at the recommendation of the City of Boston Community Preservation Committee ("CPC"), the Committee submitted a report recommending the order ought to pass.The report was accepted; the order was passed; yeas 10, nays 0. (Absent Baker, Ciommo and McCarthy.)
2019-03-06
Edwards
Y
0377
On the message and order, referred February 27, 2019, Docket #0377, approving an appropriation of Thirty-Four Million Nine Hundred Twenty-Six Thousand Seven Hundred Dollars ($34,926,700.00) from the Fiscal Year 2018 and Fiscal Year 2019 Community Preservation Fund revenues for community preservation projects at the recommendation of the City of Boston Community Preservation Committee ("CPC"), the Committee submitted a report recommending the order ought to pass.The report was accepted; the order was passed; yeas 10, nays 0. (Absent Baker, Ciommo and McCarthy.)
2019-03-06
Essaibi-George
Y
0377
On the message and order, referred February 27, 2019, Docket #0377, approving an appropriation of Thirty-Four Million Nine Hundred Twenty-Six Thousand Seven Hundred Dollars ($34,926,700.00) from the Fiscal Year 2018 and Fiscal Year 2019 Community Preservation Fund revenues for community preservation projects at the recommendation of the City of Boston Community Preservation Committee ("CPC"), the Committee submitted a report recommending the order ought to pass.The report was accepted; the order was passed; yeas 10, nays 0. (Absent Baker, Ciommo and McCarthy.)
2019-03-06
Flaherty
Y
0377
On the message and order, referred February 27, 2019, Docket #0377, approving an appropriation of Thirty-Four Million Nine Hundred Twenty-Six Thousand Seven Hundred Dollars ($34,926,700.00) from the Fiscal Year 2018 and Fiscal Year 2019 Community Preservation Fund revenues for community preservation projects at the recommendation of the City of Boston Community Preservation Committee ("CPC"), the Committee submitted a report recommending the order ought to pass.The report was accepted; the order was passed; yeas 10, nays 0. (Absent Baker, Ciommo and McCarthy.)
2019-03-06
Flynn
Y
0377
On the message and order, referred February 27, 2019, Docket #0377, approving an appropriation of Thirty-Four Million Nine Hundred Twenty-Six Thousand Seven Hundred Dollars ($34,926,700.00) from the Fiscal Year 2018 and Fiscal Year 2019 Community Preservation Fund revenues for community preservation projects at the recommendation of the City of Boston Community Preservation Committee ("CPC"), the Committee submitted a report recommending the order ought to pass.The report was accepted; the order was passed; yeas 10, nays 0. (Absent Baker, Ciommo and McCarthy.)
2019-03-06
Janey
Y
0377
On the message and order, referred February 27, 2019, Docket #0377, approving an appropriation of Thirty-Four Million Nine Hundred Twenty-Six Thousand Seven Hundred Dollars ($34,926,700.00) from the Fiscal Year 2018 and Fiscal Year 2019 Community Preservation Fund revenues for community preservation projects at the recommendation of the City of Boston Community Preservation Committee ("CPC"), the Committee submitted a report recommending the order ought to pass.The report was accepted; the order was passed; yeas 10, nays 0. (Absent Baker, Ciommo and McCarthy.)
2019-03-06
McCarthy
NP
0377
On the message and order, referred February 27, 2019, Docket #0377, approving an appropriation of Thirty-Four Million Nine Hundred Twenty-Six Thousand Seven Hundred Dollars ($34,926,700.00) from the Fiscal Year 2018 and Fiscal Year 2019 Community Preservation Fund revenues for community preservation projects at the recommendation of the City of Boston Community Preservation Committee ("CPC"), the Committee submitted a report recommending the order ought to pass.The report was accepted; the order was passed; yeas 10, nays 0. (Absent Baker, Ciommo and McCarthy.)
2019-03-06
OMalley
Y
0377
On the message and order, referred February 27, 2019, Docket #0377, approving an appropriation of Thirty-Four Million Nine Hundred Twenty-Six Thousand Seven Hundred Dollars ($34,926,700.00) from the Fiscal Year 2018 and Fiscal Year 2019 Community Preservation Fund revenues for community preservation projects at the recommendation of the City of Boston Community Preservation Committee ("CPC"), the Committee submitted a report recommending the order ought to pass.The report was accepted; the order was passed; yeas 10, nays 0. (Absent Baker, Ciommo and McCarthy.)
2019-03-06
Garrison
Y

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