From our Late to the Renovation Party desk
Here we go again.
In his State of the City address on Tuesday, Boston Mayor Marty Walsh promised to “reimagine City Hall Plaza as the thriving, healthy, innovative space that it should be.”
Via the Boston Globe:
In calling for proposals to reimagine City Hall Plaza, the city could create a public-private partnership.
“We have a prime space in the middle of the city that is our welcome mat to City Hall that is not being utilized to its potential,” Walsh’s chief of staff, Daniel Koh, said in an interview before the speech. “In our minds, all options are on the table.”
On the table is exactly where City Hall Plaza has been for decades, as the hardworking staff has relentlessly chronicled.
And neither is City Hall Plaza.