After Two Decades, Boston’s Mayor Menino Moves On

East, Ticker
Thursday, May 9, 2013

Boston Mayor Thomas Menino. (Courtesy Wikipedia)

Boston’s longest serving Mayor, Thomas Menino, will not be seeking a sixth term. Throughout his two decades in office, Menino has ushered in a number of major development projects, most notably the growth of the area around Fenway and the transformation of the once abandoned Seaport into a vibrant mixed-use waterfront neighborhood with offices, residential towers, and retail. This announcement comes on the heels of Menino’s new proposal, the Housing Boston 2020 Plan, aimed at creating 30,000 new units of housing by 2020. (Photo: Boston Mayor Thomas Menino, courtesy Wikipedia)

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One Response to “After Two Decades, Boston’s Mayor Menino Moves On”

  1. Jonah says:

    Have you been to the seaport? Have you actually seen people walking around there creating “vibrancy”? Maybe in 10 years…

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