WGBH provides an overview of Mayor Walsh's annual state-of-the-city address, in which he called for $500 million of new affordable-housing construction and getting Boston a seat on the board that oversees the MBTA.
StreetsblogMass reports he also called on the state to let Boston and surrounding communities add a surcharge to the sales tax to pay for transit improvements.
Walsh also called for closing the gap between a small number of high-performing BPS schools and the rest. The Boston Sun reports Councilor Andrea Campbell says the mayor isn't moving far or fast enough to make this happen.
State of the City 2020 - Read Walsh's speech and watch him deliver it.