Neighborhood Network News 2/14/17

Felix D-Arroyo speaks out on his suspension as Register of Probate. According to the Boston Globe, Arroyo and his attorney say his efforts to make the court more efficient and diverse were sabotaged by other employees.
The Stop and Shop supermarket chain plans to build more than one thousand units of housing in Allston-Brighton. According to the Globe, the apartments would be in a mostly commercial area near the Mass. Turnpike.
Advocates for affordable housing are trying to get some control over Boston's newest source of tax revenue. Thanks to the recent approval of the Community Preservation Act, the city will have twenty million dollars a year for housing, preservation and open space.
Interview with City Councilor Josh Zakim.
Original Air Date: 
Feb 14, 2017