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Menino freezes hiring by city

Urges approval of developments to bring new jobs

By Donovan Slack and Maria Cramer
Globe Staff / October 17, 2008

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Mayor Thomas M. Menino, after saying for weeks that Boston's financial situation was holding strong amid the tumults of the economic crisis, instituted a city hiring freeze yesterday and announced several other measures designed to keep city services intact amid shrinking investment revenues and cuts in state grants to city programs. (Full article: 802 words)

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