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In an effort to address the region’s worsening housing crisis, Newton Mayor Ruthanne Fuller has joined a coalition of 15 local mayors who are to committed to creating 185,000 new units of housing across the region by the year 2030.
“We need affordable housing for people to stay in Newton or to move here and to attract and retain businesses here,” Fuller said. “The key to developing
housing will be to plan it wisely — such as by building around Newton’s mass transit stops. Each project needs to work for Newton.”
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