Boston (Mass.). Rental Housing Resource Center
Rent Control in Boston was ended by a state-wide referendum in 1994. The Rental Housing Resource Center was created by Mayor Thomas M. Menino in 1995 to provide advice, information, and assistance to Boston landlords and tenants who have problems or questions about rental housing issues. The Rent Equity Board consisting of five residents of the City appointed by the Mayor is responsible for carrying out the provisions of the Rental Housing Equity Ordinance. A Rent Board was first established in Boston by Chapter 11 of the Ordinances of 1970.
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Rent Equity Board case files
Found in: City of Boston Archives / Rent Equity Board case files
Rent Equity Board records
Scope and Contents
Includes minutes, docket books and related material of the Board of Rent Appeals, Boston Rent Board and the Rent Equity Board from 1970-1996.
Found in: City of Boston Archives / Rent Equity Board records
Rental Housing Resource Center minutes
- Minutes (Records) 2
- Rent control 2