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IN THE NEWS: Shani Fletcher
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IN THE NEWS: Shani Fletcher
Shani Fletcher was appointed Grassroots program development officer for the City's Department of Neighborhood Development. Fletcher will be responsible for creating and preserving community gardens, urban farms, and other open spaces, under the leadership of Chief of Housing Sheila Dillon.
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In the news: Manny Lopes
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In the news: Manny Lopes
Mayor Martin J. Walsh announced the appointment of Manny Lopes as the Chair of Boston's Board of Health.
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In the news: Shumeane L. Benford
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In the news: Shumeane L. Benford
Shumeane L. Benford has been appointed the City of Boston’s new chief of the Office of Emergency Management. As chief, Benford will have have direct oversight of the office’s emergency planning, training, and exercise programs and manage relationships with regional, state, and federal homeland security partners.
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In the news: Courtney Sharpe
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In the news: Courtney Sharpe
Mayor Martin J. Walsh and the Mayor’s Office of Arts and Culture announced Courtney Sharpe as the Director of Cultural Planning in the Mayor’s Office of Arts and Culture.
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Mayor’s office seeks public art installation for fire station
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Mayor’s office seeks public art installation for fire station
Mayor Martin J. Walsh and the Mayor’s Office of Arts and Culture, in collaboration with the Boston Art Commission, today announced a Call to Artists for a piece of permanent public artwork to complement the construction of the new Engine 42 fire station in Roxbury.
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In the news: Midori Morikawa
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In the news: Midori Morikawa
Midori Morikawa has been appointed director of business strategy for the city of Boston’s Office of Economic Development.
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City will provide free meals for Boston youth this summer
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City will provide free meals for Boston youth this summer
Walsh Administration teams up with local partners to provide free meals for youth 18 and under at sites across the City of Boston throughout summer 2018.
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In the news: Danchen Xu
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In the news: Danchen Xu
Danchen Xu has been appointed Chinatown, Downtown and Leather District neighborhood liaison within the Mayor’s Civic Engagement cabinet. In this role, Xu will work as an advocate to the Chinatown, Downtown and Leather District Neighborhoods.
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In the News: Domonique A. Williams
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In the News: Domonique A. Williams
Domonique A. Williams was recently appointed deputy director of the Office of Housing Stability.
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Small Business Center series in Roxbury provides resources to local entrepreneurs
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Small Business Center series in Roxbury provides resources to local entrepreneurs
Mayor Martin Walsh and the Office of Economic Development launched the Small Business Center workshop series in Roxbury earlier this month to assist local entrepreneurs in starting, maintaining and growing their businesses.
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In the news: Tania Del Rio
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In the news: Tania Del Rio
Martin Walsh announced the appointment of Tania Del Rio as the City of Boston's new executive director for the Mayor's Office of Women's Advancement, an office tasked with overseeing and coordinating initiatives to promote equal rights and equal economic, social, political and educational opportunities for all women and girls throughout Boston. Del Rio, who currently serves as the Diversity outreach officer in the City's Office of Diversity, is the first Latina to lead the office.
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City announces applications for SPARK Boston Council
The Office of Mayor Martin Walsh announced that it is now accepting applications for the 2018-2019 SPARK Boston Council, a group of volunteers ages 20-34, charged with leading the city’s efforts to engage Boston’s young adult population.
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