City Councilor Brian J. Honan served the Allston Brighton community for more than seven years as District City Councilor and for his whole life as an advocate for Allston Brighton and the people who live here. As a City Councilor, Brian J. Honan worked tirelessly for affordable housing, serving as a member of the Neighborhood Housing Trust and as cochair of the Boston City Council's Committee on Housing. He worked to advocate both citywide policies and housing developments that could meet the needs of his community. Councilor Honan played an important role in making the development of housing at 33 Everett Street in Allston possible and therefore it is especially appropriate that he was honored by naming this housing in his memory on Friday, September 23, 2005.

Mayor Menino honor's the memory of late City Councilor Brian Honan at a groundbreaking for affordable housing in Allston

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For 50 Families, Home is Where the Lucky Lottery Dwells
Boston Globe, Sunday October 9, 2005

What Took You So Long?
Allston-Brighton Tab Sept 30, 2005

Honan Apartments open in Allston-Brighton
Harvard University Gazette September 29, 2005

Summers, Menino break ground for new units
Harvard University Gazette Dec 11, 2003

University Helps Fund Affordable Housing
The Harvard Crimson Dec 5, 2003

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