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Tell them to Say NO to Boston 2024 and YES to Boston




Dear [Councilor],



As a resident of Boston, I have been very troubled by the behavior of Marty Walsh and Boston 2024. The bid was developed without any open community meetings, and it took the threat of a subpoena for Boston 2024 to release an unredacted version of Bid 1.o to the public. The meetings that Mayor Walsh and Boston 2024 have finally begun to host have consistently proven themselves not to be a good faith effort at engaging the community. Residents are left with more questions than answers, as Walsh and Boston 2024 dismiss valid concerns or defer answers to the indefinite future with phrases like “proof of concept phase.” It is simply unacceptable for a private, unelected group like Boston 2024 to have such an impact on the policymaking and planning of the city and the state, and it sets a dangerous precedent.


[How the Olympics would affect your neighborhood in particular]


The history of the Olympics is filled with cost overruns, unfulfilled promises, displacement of low-income communities, privatization of public spaces, and militarized policing. Hosting the Olympics would divert time and resources away from addressing the issues that face Boston: from an affordable housing crisis to underfunded schools to vulnerability to climate change.


I thus urge you to say YES to the future of Boston by saying NO to Boston 2024.







Find Your City Councilors



District 1: Charlestown, East Boston, North End

Salvatore LaMattina:



District 2: Downtown, South Boston, South End

Bill Linehan:



District 3: Dorchester

Frank Baker:



District 4: Mattapan

Charles Yancey:



District 5: Hyde Park, Roslindale

Timothy McCarthy:



District 6: Jamaica Plain, West Roxbury

Matt O’Malley:



District 7: Roxbury

Tito Jackson:



District 8: Back Bay, Beacon Hill, Fenway-Kenmore, Mission Hill, West End

Josh Zakim:



District 9: Allston, Brighton

Mark Ciommo:




City Councilors At Large:



Michael Flaherty:


Stephen Murphy:


Ayanna Pressley:


Michelle Wu:



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