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In the news: David Mayo
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In the news: David Mayo
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Wu pushes reform vision at Boston think tank
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Wu pushes reform vision at Boston think tank
Boston Mayor Michelle Wu signaled her intent to stand firm on her reform agenda and that she’s bracing for opposition to her policy goals in remarks she made Tuesday to the Boston Municipal Research Bureau.
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Wu says cabinet will reflect city’s diversity
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Wu says cabinet will reflect city’s diversity
Mayor-elect Michelle Wu pledged last week to assemble a cabinet and department heads who are majority people of color.
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Election will kick off musical chairs on council
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Election will kick off musical chairs on council
When Boston’s new mayor is sworn in on Nov. 16, she will trigger a temporary political shuffle to hold spots until January, when the next crop of city councilors is sworn in.
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More candidates enter City Council races
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More candidates enter City Council races
As the official deadline for nomination papers approaches, more candidates continue to enter races for City Council seats. The open seats are District 6, District 4, District 5, two at-large seats and District 7, should acting Mayor Kim Janey make an official run for mayor.
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