Goulston & Storrs Director Matthew Kiefer Begins Term as Co-Chair of Boston Municipal Research Bureau
Goulston & Storrs congratulates Matthew Kiefer, a Director of the firm, who officially began his term as Co-Chair of the Boston Municipal Research Bureau. Matthew’s term began as Mayor of Boston The Honorable Martin J. Walsh delivered keynote remarks at the 82st Annual Meeting of the Research Bureau’s Members and Directors, held March 7, 2014 at the Seaport Hotel. A longtime board member of the Research Bureau, Matthew assumes his post as Co-Chair for a term of one year.
Matthew is the co-Chair of Goulston & Storrs’ Medical, Educational and Cultural Institutions industry group and also coordinates the firm’s Green Business practice. Matthew's legal practice focuses on real estate development and land use law, with a particular focus on obtaining site control and approvals from public agencies for complex urban projects. These include market-oriented and affordable housing, commercial and mixed-use developments, and facilities and master plans for health care, educational, cultural and other non-profit institutions.
The Boston Municipal Research Bureau is a nonprofit research organization established in 1932 to promote more efficient, economical and responsible government for Boston. Independent and nonpartisan, the Bureau develops objective analysis and accurate data to support sound management of city government and to bring an unbiased analytical perspective to the finance and public policy choices made in Boston.