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  • I would support any legislation that promoted tiny homes. Also I think allowing properties that are primarily for business use, but could also allow for a small living space would be a great way to address housing needs, and make it easier for small businesses to grow. This would be ideal for artists, but other business owners would benefit too. This could address vacant storefronts and also a lack of affordable housing by adding more properties to the mix.

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  • It’s about non-riders — whether urban or suburban, affluent or not affluent. I’m very focused about bringing better service to urban areas.

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  • Hi there. I am currently a renter and my partner and I are looking to buy. We can’t afford homes in the immediate Boston metro area so would be looking to become commuter rail riders by moving to a community a little farther out and more affordable. I work in the Longwood area and my partner works in Cambridge. There are really no areas to live that would be convenient/doable for the both of us via commuter rail, with one of us likely having to face a difficult commute whether by having multiple transit connections or by having to become …

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