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Kennedy Greenway Conservancy pledges more transparency

Public firestorm spurs promise of transparency

Under fire from news organizations and state officials, the Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway Conservancy voted yesterday to adopt a new transparency policy that largely restates its existing practices.

The vote followed criticism that began late last month when the Boston Herald reported that Nancy Brennan, the conservancy’s executive director, had initially declined a request to disclose the salaries for herself and her staff and instead asked a consultant for advice on revealing the information.

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