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NAIOP Joins Housing Coalition to Submit Amicus Brief in Affordable Housing Case

In September, NAIOP joined a coalition of housing advocates, municipalities, state agencies and real estate groups in signing onto an amicus brief in the case of Terrence Marengi Jr. & others v. 6 Forest Road LLC & Others. The brief urged the Supreme Judicial Court to uphold the bond requirements set by the lower court under new provisions of the state Zoning Act, Chapter 40A, enacted in 2021. NAIOP supports the lower court’s position that the bond requirements created for zoning appeals under the new law should apply to appeals made pursuant to Chapter 40B.

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Fossil Fuel Bans Are Not the Solution to Our Climate Crisis

The news is dire. On an almost daily basis, new reports are issued which illustrate the need for immediate action to address a monumental threat to public health and safety, the environment and economic development: climate change. Sea level rise, increased storms and precipitation and rising temperatures will affect all residents and business owners in Massachusetts. The time to act is now.  

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Statement Regarding the Recent Hate Crimes

Statement Regarding the Recent Hate Crimes

The recent hate crimes committed in Atlanta brought a conversation to the forefront for the national media– but the reality is that the Asian American & Pacific Islander (AAPI) community has struggled to have their voice heard since before the beginning of the pandemic.

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