Monday night’s Columbia-Savin Hill Civic Association’s monthly meeting was a case study in how the city hopes to change hearts and minds around the Olympic bid, as Marty Walsh told us last week he’s hoping to do. It’s also a timely snapshot of where... Read more
For three months now, it’s the one question that has vexed local observers— including those of us at The Reporter— more than any other: How much will it cost state taxpayers to fix local roads and MBTA stations (such as JFK-UMass station and Kosciuszko... Read more
Leaders of the Franklin Park Coalition are expressing frustration this week after a March 5 meeting intended to extract more in depth information about Boston 2024 plans for the park failed to meet their expectations.
In an email to members sent... Read more
Another effort to create a ballot referendum on the 2024 Olympic Games is full speed ahead as Evan Falchuk, founder of the United Independent Party, released draft language of a 2016 ballot question on Wednesday morning.
“The language we have... Read more
The Games are on for Mayor Martin Walsh’s political team. His “super volunteers” are being prepared to move onto the field under the Boston 2024 banner to engage in an extended grassroots campaign to promote a positive public conversation about the bid... Read more
Mayor Martin Walsh’s Chief of Staff Daniel Koh has filed an ethics disclosure with the city today in response to an inquiry from the Dorchester Reporter regarding his relationship with Amy Sennett, an employee of Boston 2024, the non-profit... Read more
Boston’s bid for the 2024 Olympics is an intriguing — and increasingly— complicated proposition for residents of this neighborhood. If the city wins the Games, it’s likely that the Olympic Village will be sited on Dorchester’s Columbia Point on what is... Read more
At-Large City Councillor Ayanna Pressley is filing two hearing orders related to Boston’s bid to host the 2024 summer Olympic games at Wednesday’s City Council meeting, according to documents provided to the Reporter.
One hearing would “analyze... Read more