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Human Circle commemorates 100th Anniversary of Great Molasses Flood

By Matt Conti, NorthEndWaterfront.comJanuary 15, 2019 City of Boston Archeologist Joseph Bagley (left), State Rep. Aaron Michlewitz (center) and Boston Parks Commissioner Chris Cook (right) lay a wreath at the molasses tank site at Langone Park in Boston’s North End....

Deal struck to impose hotel tax on Airbnb units

We produced one of the strongest short-term rental bills in the country. We were creating a new framework for a brand new industry. We wanted to make sure we did it right. It’s very complicated.

Greenway deal could clear the way for Winthrop Square tower

State Representative Aaron Michlewitz Monday filed a bill that would change laws governing shadows cast on Boston Common and the Public Garden, key to plans for a 775-foot tower that developer Millennium Partners wants to build on the site of a shuttered city parking garage on Devonshire Street.

Short-term rentals a complex issue

State Rep. Aaron Michlewitz of Boston, co-chairman of the committee and his colleagues listened patiently, asked relevant questions, and made it clear that the voice of the people would be considered as legislation makes its way to Gov. Charlie Baker’s desk.