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Boston Mayor Marty Walsh greeting St. Patrick's Day Parade spectators in March. (Steven Senne/AP)
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh greeting St. Patrick's Day Parade spectators in March. (Steven Senne/AP)
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Tuesday night, Boston Mayor Marty Walsh delivers his second state of the city address from Symphony Hall.

He's expected to talk about lower crime rates, housing goals, the city's economic future, especially with General Electric moving to the seaport and some positive things about Boston schools, even though parents and students are protesting expected budget cuts.

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Tom Keane, former Boston City Councilor and writer for WBUR's Cognoscenti. He tweets @tomkeaneboston.

Michael Curry, president of Boston's NAACP. He tweets @BostonNAACP1911.

Lindsay Sobel, Massachusetts senior executive director at TeachPlus. She tweets @lindsaysobel.

Marie Saint Fleur, president and CEO of the Bessie Tartt Wilson Initiative and former state representative. She tweets @Vote1965.

Fred Thys, WBUR reporter on politics and higher education. He tweets @fredthys.

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WBUR: Boston Mayor Walsh To Deliver State Of City Address

  • "Boston Mayor Marty Walsh will lay out his agenda for his third year in office Tuesday night during his annual State of the City address."

This segment aired on January 19, 2016.

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