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Introducing the Fall Engagement Team!

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Introducing the Imagine Boston 2030 Fall Engagement Team!

Over the past year, we’ve engaged more than 12,000 Bostonians, learning about the issues that matter most to them as they envision their city in 2030. Now, we’re proud and excited to introduce the Fall 2016 Imagine Boston 2030 Engagement Team! We sent a call to action asking community organizations throughout Boston to invite us to their events, and we received an overwhelming number of responses. We’ve created a fun, all-ages Lego activity that will give residents an opportunity to learn about the issues that Imagine Boston is addressing and add their own input to guide the plan moving forward. Participants can offer input on how new housing and commercial uses can be distributed in different areas of the city to improve quality of life and learn about proposed initiatives for making our city more affordable and preparing for climate change as we grow.

We are eager to hear from you! Check out our blog for the schedule of events planned for the coming weeks, and we have even more in the works, so stay tuned. Everyone is welcome, and we hope to see you there!

 

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Calling all bookworms! The final Imagine Boston 2030 Reading List is here.  

09/29/16
Last month, we released the first draft of the Imagine Boston 2030 Reading List, a collection of award-winning texts that explore different facets of Boston’s character. We think these texts hold some of the keys to understanding lessons learned through history and how they relate to the future of Boston.
 
 

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