Boston city officials put on truck for Chief Chats program
Like the pioneering space monkeys Able and Baker 55 years ago, Boston’s Chief of Environment, Energy & Open Space Brian Swett and Chief of Health & Human Services Felix Arroyo will be the first city officials to enter the “City Hall To Go” truck as the Chiefs Chats program is launched next month.
“With the truck in the community, residents will be able to engage directly with members of my administration, and to reach necessary city services in a convenient and local access point,” said Mayor Martin J. Walsh in a press release announcing Chief Chats.
On June 13, the truck will park at the Bowdoin Street Health Center in Dorchester, allowing residents to communicate with Swett about environmental matters. On June 21, the truck will be at Hyde/Jackson Square in Jamaica Plain, and residents can discuss health and general welfare matters with Arroyo.