Greater Boston; Budget Cuts / Quincy Mayor's Race / James Cotton
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- Greater Boston
- Budget Cuts / Quincy Mayor's Race / James Cotton
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HUB CITY AT ITS BEST. A LOOK AT EVERYTHING AND EVERYBODY INTERESTING IN BOSTON. HOSTED BY EMILY ROONEY. Series release date: 1/1997
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Budget Cuts Governor Deval Patrick announced today his plan to close a $600 million dollar budget deficit. The Governor is not cutting local aid to cities and towns. But the proposal calls for as many as 2000 layoffs.
Guests: Michael Widmer, President, Mass. Taxpayers Foundation; Noah Berger, Executive Director, Mass. Budget and Policy Center
Quincy Mayor's Race Quincy Mayor Thomas Koch is running for re-election against the man he unseated in 2007, William Phelan. It’s been a hotly contested race as the two men blame each other for the city’s financial woes.
Guests: Thomas Koch, Candidate for Mayor of Quincy; William Phelan, Candidate for Mayor of Quincy
James Cotton A tribute to Grammy Award-winning musician James Cotton took place Thursday at the House of Blues. Jared Bowen talks the ‘blues’ with Cotton and musicians Huey Lewis and James Montgomery.
Guests: Jared Bowen, Greater Boston
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