It won’t be long until new Mayor Martin Walsh will take over the reins at City Hall.
There will be new faces in prominent positions that neighborhoods will be dealing with for their dos and don’ts.
North End/Waterfront residents, organizations and the business community should be making a list…and checking it twice to see if the city is going to be naughty or nice.
Reportedly, the city is facing a $30 million deficit that will have a direct impact on many requests for neighborhood needs.
While a casino in Boston would have made a real difference in the City’s budget, that has disappeared.
Priorities need to be established within the community in order to at least get something done. Too many requests may spoil the broth.