Boston Mayor Marty Walsh announces plan to spend $2.78 billion over 5 years (Boston Housing Authority)

Date Published: 
April 25th, 2019

From WCVB Boston:

Boston Mayor Marty Walsh on Tuesday announced a plan to invest $2.78 billion in capital expenses over five years. He calls it the "Imagine Boston Capital Plan."

The budget plan, which covers the years of 2020 through 2024, would dictate what the city spends on public projects including schools, roads, bridges, streets and libraries.

It also incorporates projects Walsh has previously touted, such as $23 million for renovating Franklin Park; $2 million toward building a recovery campus on Long Island -- along with $80 million for a new bridge; and $30 million worth of investments through the Boston Housing Authority.

Read WCVB Boston's article "Boston Mayor Marty Walsh announces plan to spend $2.78 billion over 5 years," featuring the Boston Housing Authority.

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