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It is the regional center of Davao Oriental. The town was created by virtue of Executive Order No. 83 issued on August 1, 1960 by President Carlos P. Garcia and ratified through a plebiscite held on September 9, 1960 with a total number of 2,948 votes in favor and only one vote against its creation as municipality out from the Municipality of Sta. Cruz; it became effective after its publication in the Official Gazette dated October 10 that same year. It was named after Boston City (now part of Boston), Massachusetts due to historical ties between both places. The first appointed mayor for this new municipality was Manuel Bautista while Jose Avelino served as vice mayor until he assumed office later that year when he won election unopposed during his reelection bid for another term under Mayor Bautista's ticket who ran again but lost to Vice Mayor Avelino's running mate Ramon Cajilig.