Support the Community Preservation Act on March 29

 

Come to a hearing on the Community Preservation Act at Boston City Council Chambers in City Hall on Tuesday, March 29th at 1:00 pm. The Community Preservation Act (CPA)is being considered for the ballot this November by the City Council.

CPA is a state program that would allow Boston to raise $20 million/year for parks and recreation, historic preservation and affordable housing by adding a 1% surcharge –a $23.09 average annual cost to a Boston homeowner–to property tax bills.  Boston can join 160 cities and towns in Massachusetts that have already passed the CPA and have raised a total of $1.4 billion to develop and restore parks  and playgrounds, build affordable housing and rehabilitate historic buildings. 

It is important to be there, crowd support makes an impact!  Or, if you cannot attend call or email your Councilor and Councilors Flaherty and Campbell, who sponsored the CPA Order.

 

 

 

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