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City looks to set fees for rental of plaza

By Andrew Ryan
Globe Staff / July 10, 2012
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For the first time, Boston is poised to set defined fees for the rental of City Hall Plaza, with the money going directly to city coffers. The move comes after the Globe reported earlier this year that for decades, advertising firms, film crews, vendors, and other commercial entities made donations for use of the red-brick plaza to a nonprofit controlled by the mayor’s office. Until now, fees have been negotiated on an individual basis and varied from event to event.

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