More than 12,000 Boston residents have shared feedback and their visions of the future with the City of Boston. As a result, Boston's first citywide plan in 50 years now has a first draft.In anopening letter in the draft, Mayor Marty J. Walsh lays out the goals of the plan:
This draft plan identifies major initiatives that will expand opportunity, support a vibrant economy, enhance equality, and prepare for inevitable climate change. It identifies key areas where we can: take action to enhance the vitality of our neighborhoods, encourage mixed-use job centers, provide spaces for new housing and jobs, create sustainable waterfront for future generations, and connect historically underserved neighborhoods to opportunities.
It was in May of 2015 that Mayor Walsh announced Imagine Boston 2030. It was to be a two-year public engagement process to develop a plan.InImagine Boston 2030's video, Mayor Walsh states, "This is the first draft, so we're going to go back toeveryone for more of your feedback."The Imagine Boston 2030 initiative addressed key themes, among them accessible housing, efficient and sustainable transportation, recreation spaces, climate change preparedness, economic opportunity, arts & culture, design, and health.Read the draft.Are you planning to relocate to Boston? Are you thinking about where to livein Boston?If you have questions about buying or selling homes in the Boston real estate market, please call me at617-584-9790, orsend me an email via the linkbelow.
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