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On Thursday, April 4, 2019, The Massachusetts Democratic Party, Boston City Councilor Michelle Wu, and Mayor Martin J. Walsh co-hosted the second annual Chinatown Banquet to support the Massachusetts’ Democratic Party’s millennial organizing efforts.
The councilors have been arguing that the MBTA should be doing more to address issues of transit equity.
On March 20, the Boston City Council voted to pass an “Ordinance Regarding Good Food Purchasing Standards in the City of Boston,” sponsored by Councilor At-Large Michelle Wu.
Under current city law, private organizations who receive tax breaks aren’t required to disclose whether or not they’ve fulfilled the commitments required by in their agreement — such as wage standards, availability of health insurance and the number of total full-time positions.
They are vestiges of greenery and wildlife in Boston: the salt marsh of Belle Isle, the patches of land that foster diverse plant and animal species off Weld Street in Roslindale, the dots that enliven the Emerald Necklace running from Dorchester to the Fens.
With study results in hand, city officials say there’s a demand to make one. Now they must decide whether to move forward.
Boston City Councilor At-Large Michelle Wu announced the results of a grassroots research initiative conducted by her office this past summer to survey hundreds of Boston students about their transportation needs and preferences.
City Council ordinance would place emphasis on local business
The City Council Committee on Ways and Means held a hearing on Nov. 29, regarding corporate tax break transparency in the City of Boston
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