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Schools may be asked to help on housing cap

Ross renews try to ease crowding

COUNCIL PRESIDENT Michael P. Ross pushed through an ordinance in March making it illegal for more than four students to share an apartment. COUNCIL PRESIDENT
Michael P. Ross pushed through an ordinance in March making it illegal for more than four students to share an apartment.
By John C. Drake
Globe Staff / February 11, 2009

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Michael P. Ross, president of the Boston City Council, wants to enlist college administrations to help crack down on overcrowded student apartments, proposing a new ordinance today that would require them to inform the city when more than four students live together off campus. (Full article: 723 words)

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