BOSTON – In collaboration with Mayor Wu and her Administration, Boston City Council President Ed Flynn, and Boston City Council Ways and Means Chair Tania Fernandes Anderson, the City of Boston will be hosting a series of virtual budget listening sessions this month. These listening sessions will allow the City to discuss the budget process more in depth with the public, as well offering the opportunity for residents to voice their priorities in the City’s FY23 budget. There will be four sessions, and each session will focus on particular Council districts.
Session 1: Tuesday, February 15th at 6-7pm | District 5, District 6, District 8
Session 2: Saturday, February 19th at 1-2pm | District 1, District 3, District 4
Session 3: Wednesday, February 23rd at 6-7pm | District 2, District 7, District 9
Session 4: Friday, February 25th at 10-11am | Councilors At-Large
You can RSVP for these budget listening sessions and interpretation requests can be submitted here. Additionally, you can submit feedback about the budget process in multiple languages through this survey, at the listening session, or by calling 311.
“It is critical that we develop a budget for the City of Boston that addresses our long-standing needs, such as housing affordability and stability, public health, public and pedestrian safety, climate resiliency and sustainability, and equitable access to city services,” said Council President Ed Flynn. “Thank you to Mayor Wu and her team for working with the City Council and providing this opportunity for neighbors to offer feedback on the best use of taxpayer dollars that will continue to help move us forward in Boston’s economic recovery.”
For more information, please contact Councilor Flynn’s office at 617-635-3203 or [email protected].
Maureen Dahill is the editor of Caught in Southie and a lifelong resident of South Boston sometimes mistaken for a yuppie. Co-host of Caught Up, storyteller, lover of red wine and binge watching TV series. Mrs. Peter G. Follow her @MaureenCaught.
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