BOSTON – Boston City Councilor Ed Flynn will be hosting a virtual meeting with the South Boston neighborhood civic group leaders to discuss priorities for the upcoming FY22 city budget. This meeting is intended to be an opportunity for Councilor Flynn to hear from residents about their feedback on budget priorities and neighborhood needs. This meeting will be this Thursday, 4/15, 6:30pm via Zoom.

The city budget cycle starts around early May of each year, and will need to be voted on by the City Council before July 1st. The budget determines the funding for each city department, as well as for various capital projects and investments. It is therefore important to understand neighborhood priorities in order to effectively advocate for the appropriate city funding for resources that would ensure the safety, health, and quality of life of our residents.

“Advocating for my neighbors and district in the city budget process is one of the most critical parts of my job as a City Councilor, and it is important that I get resident feedback from our communities about funding priorities that should be included in the budget,” said Councilor Flynn. “The city budget impacts every facet of city services, and I look forward to engaging with our South Boston civic leaders on this issue.”

For more information about this meeting, please contact [email protected] or 617-635-3203.

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