CCBA to report to attorney general about affordable housing plans

Tom O’Malley, consultant, spoke about the Waterford Place refinancing project at the July 30 CCBA meeting. (Image by Ling-Mei Wong.)

The Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association of New England held its bimonthly meeting on July 30 at 90 Tyler Street. The CCBA received a letter from the attorney general’s office on July 25 about its use of rental funds. Continue reading

CCBA supports attorney general’s rental investigation

麻州司法部長在2012年8月9日的記者會發言。 圖片來自司法部長。

The Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association of New England board members met Jan. 29 at 90 Tyler Street for its bimonthly meeting. Its board is made up of representatives from 35 family associations and organizations in Chinatown. Continue reading

Chinatown travel agent faces charges

The owner of a Chinatown travel agency has been indicted for stealing more than $89,000 from clients for U.S. citizenship applications and airline tickets.

May Woo Lei, 40, of Boston, operated Sky Energy Travel. She allegedly took money from people to buy air tickets or gain U.S. citizenship, but failed to deliver those services, said the state attorney general’s office. Continue reading