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Supporting Menino

By: Bennet Johnson

With former mayor Thomas M. Menino’s diagnosis, now is an appropriate time to take a step back and recognize many of the changes he brought to the city of Boston that affect us today.

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Walsh Reveals Plans For New, Streamlined Cabinet

By: Bennet Johnson

Last week, Walsh met with a group of the city’s top officials to discuss reorganizing Boston’s city government. Although all formal details were kept from the public eye, Walsh recently released his official plan to restructure his cabinet in order to meet his plan of efficiency and collaboration within the Mayor’s office.

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Walsh Transition Team Focuses on Arts Community

By: Ryan Towey

The Rabb Lecture Hall of the Boston Public Library was packed on Saturday morning, where diverse members of the Boston arts community waited for a chance to speak at a microphone for a strict two minutes-their chance to indirectly tell Mayor Martin J. Walsh, WCAS ’09, their opinions on the future of the city’s arts and culture scene.

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The Year Ahead

By: Bennet Johnson

Although Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick delivered his State of the Commonwealth address on Jan. 28, some of the state’s most crucial information-the fiscal year budget-was revealed before the speech, when Patrick filed his Fiscal Year 2015 (FY15) budget plan for the upcoming year on Jan.22.

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