Bill Linehan and Suzanne Lee, candidates for District 2’s Boston city council seat, participated in a forum on Oct. 3 at the Boston Public Library in Copley.
The Chinatown Resident Association and the Governor’s Asian American Commission hosted the fifth Boston mayoral forum with Dan Conley, Suffolk County district attorney on Sept. 4 at the Josiah Quincy School. City council at-large candidates Michelle Wu, Michael Flaherty and Gareth Saunders also spoke, as the Sept. 24 primary loomed large.
Focuses on Delivery of Quality Services for All Neighborhoods of Boston
Mayor Thomas M. Menino today presented his $2.6 billion Operating Budget for Fiscal Year 2014 and five year $1.8 billion Capital Plan, including $196 million in new FY 2014 project authorizations.
Suzanne Lee, who came within 97 votes of unseating incumbent Bill Linehan in 2011, announced today she is again running for the Boston City Council District 2.
After more than a year of public testimony, internal debate, and two vetoed proposals, Boston City Council adopted a new district map on October 31 of this year. The new map passed the council by a vote of 11 to 2. Councilor Bill Linehan of District 2, who chaired the Committee on Census and Redistricting, voted in opposition.