Standing with members of his Housing Advisory Panel, Mayor Thomas M. Menino today announced a plan to build 30,000 units of housing in the City of Boston by the year 2020.
Mayor Menino Signs Host Community Agreement for $1 Billion Resort Style Gaming Development at Suffolk Downs
Historic Agreement Will Bring Projected $52M in Annual Revenue to City, $50M in Annual Local Spending, and Guarantee 4,000 Permanent Jobs
Mayor Menino enters the 2nd annual “Summer Swing” hosted by Central Boston Elder Services on Aug. 9.
Pools, parks, and community centers offer a place to beat the heat
Mayor Menino Celebrates National Historic Preservation Month with Sustaining Boston’s Past: Old Places, New Ideas
Mayor Thomas M. Menino today announced the kickoff of Boston’s celebration of National Historic Preservation Month with a series of events highlighting the month’s theme, Sustaining Boston’s Past: Old Places, New Ideas. The Boston Landmarks Commission (BLC) and other local organizations will host more than fifty activities open to the public, including walking tours, exhibits, demonstrations and the 300th anniversary of the Old State House.
Mayor Thomas M. Menino announced April 30 a package of emergency funding resources now available to help impacted businesses recover in the aftermath of the Patriots’ Day bombings.