The Political Trail

Residency rule: jail or parole?

After time served, workers free to go

Susan Passoni should be a finalist to replace Jim Kelly. Susan Passoni should be a finalist to replace Jim Kelly. (the boston globe/file)
By Michael Jonas
April 8, 2007

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Mayor Thomas Menino insists the recent loosening of the city residency rule requiring municipal employees to live in Boston will not lead to an exodus of middle-class city workers. He says city living is an attractive choice that most municipal workers will make, even if they don't have to. But the terms of the compromise he recently struck with two ... (Full article: 640 words)

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