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Boston, 2020

By Steve Bailey
Globe Columnist / December 20, 2006

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Ed Logue and Steve Coyle were by far the most independent directors in the half-century history of the Boston Redevelopment Authority. In fact, Logue was more powerful than the mayor he served, John Collins, his pervasive influence a function of his ability to attract federal urban renewal money at a time when Boston needed it most. Coyle had the good ... (Full article: 669 words)

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