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This Independence Day, please remember to continue to take #COVID19 precautions: wear a face covering, stay 6 feet… https://t.co/vLqeTTrOA6Last week, I shared the latest info on #COVID19 in #Boston, reminding residents of the unique health and safety pre… https://t.co/deCw9dTZDsThis year, #IndependenceDay looks different in the City of Boston. To mark the holiday, the service members crew ab… https://t.co/TjDvrVEqcw
Retweeted by Mayor Marty WalshThis year, we're commemorating #IndependenceDay differently. Every year, the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Compan… https://t.co/jyiqUNvqRJ
Retweeted by Mayor Marty WalshHappy #FourthofJuly! As you celebrate, take time to reflect on the conversation we’re having about fundamental issu… https://t.co/8TzsAlOsa3
7/4
2020
Welcome back! ⚾️ Go @RedSox! https://t.co/p7c1s6bdWaFireworks are illegal in Massachusetts, and you cannot bring them across state lines. This Fourth of July Weekend I… https://t.co/pB2XzLE5DXWhile this Fourth of July weekend will look different this year, we have created a website with ways to celebrate v… https://t.co/UuoWbGXoAbMassachusetts announced new guidance stating individuals traveling to MA from New England, NY or NJ do not have to… https://t.co/vbfdZdD2Pm
7/3
2020
Thank you to the House and Senate leadership, Chairs @RepJohnLawn & @Barry_Finegold, and members of the conference… https://t.co/lsZzsSLxWuFull access to voting has always been a major priority for the @CityofBoston. #COVID19 has changed so much of what… https://t.co/e2FUwlVhZsPlease be careful and considerate of your neighbors.This holiday weekend, our neighbors are asked to keep in mind that fireworks are dangerous and can be harmful when… https://t.co/wUmnBbT2yiCongratulations, @MichealMartinTD on your new role of Taoiseach of Ireland. It was great speaking with you this mor… https://t.co/LlsiqjDQ78#COVID19 is still here, so it’s important we all stay safe. Please wear a face covering, wash your hands with soap… https://t.co/6sLDAaSaueRemember to please call ahead before visiting. For hours, locations and contact information of the sites, visit her… https://t.co/0LShVwVKN2#COVID19 testing sites are available around the @CityofBoston at our hospitals and community health centers. Testin… https://t.co/UcAj1z9Fy5We started the #BostonRacialEquityFund to help our community organizations that are directly involved in fighting f… https://t.co/IMcQhstTlyThis series would not be possible without the support from the @HighlandStreet Foundation.That belief informs all the work we do. If we fight together for that idea, we will move forward as a stronger city and country.We will keep each other healthy, and move closer to full equality, as long as we respond, not by turning on each ot… https://t.co/dVuZeXVEj6We’re talking about our ability to act together, as a community, against a common threat to all those freedoms. It’… https://t.co/JsUTZSqOjQWe’re talking about the rights of all people to be free: free to speak, free to worship, free to thrive—unburdened… https://t.co/yJHjsuzkhmI want to close with a word about the #FourthofJuly. Independence Day is a time to reflect on our history and our i… https://t.co/p4bXhT3WZHI’m excited to share that next Wednesday, our Drive-In Movie Series begins. Reservations are going quickly—you can… https://t.co/3rVOlJoT7PApplications begin on Tuesday at https://t.co/NkxytN1quXToday, I can announce we have created a $1 million fund for organizations that have been impacted, called the Arts… https://t.co/KgIjxJxeW5If you have a child entering kindergarten, you are eligible for a $50 account and ongoing support to build those sa… https://t.co/Ygp5309kqsFor children starting in school, our @BostonSavesCSA program just completed the first year of universal access to f… https://t.co/45uJV7lSreI can announce that our Childcare Entrepreneur Fund has begun its second round of applications. We’re going to prov… https://t.co/DrrzWqB6lWThe #BostonResiliencyFund is a big part of this work. This week and last week, we provided $2 million in grants to… https://t.co/mU6jzcIyx4Starting this Monday, July 6, we will be offering youth meals at 97 locations across the city. https://t.co/2qIV346sXVIf you have information about illegal buying and selling of fireworks, you can contact the CrimeStoppers Tip Line a… https://t.co/4ZdvLX2KdWThis is the July 4 weekend, and we do expect activity. I want to be clear that fireworks continue to be illegal wit… https://t.co/eqZI6INiB5It includes Chief of Civic Engagement Jerome Smith; our 4 At-Large City Councilors; Commissioner Dempsey and his Ar… https://t.co/RqYTX1NgxqWe’ve been holding outdoor community meetings to share information and create inclusive responses. We've created a… https://t.co/fPUI3Utaq8I also want to address the issue of illegal fireworks. This continues to be a major safety and quality of life conc… https://t.co/7fP2kYBwpiThis is truly a system designed for engagement, support, and harm prevention, and it will be a stronger system with… https://t.co/UvBlilGvlQIn the @HealthyBoston, our Trauma Teams, mental health specialists, and the @ORSBoston have been fully operational during the pandemic.The @BCYFcenters is working to engage 1,500 young people in creative and safe summer programming.Our Youth Employment team is hiring 1,500 young people to start jobs next week on the way to a goal of nearly 5,000… https://t.co/vnC5hnnk8CTalia Rivera and the streetworkers on the SOAR team have launched an outreach plan to engage the highest risk young people in our city.Rufus Faulk and the Office of Public Safety have been meeting weekly with community partners who work directly with… https://t.co/Mu4tSK1v10Commissioner Gross and his team have resumed and expanded youth outreach events in recent weeks. @BostonPoliceWe are working across City government, with our residents and partners, to keep our communities safe from harms of… https://t.co/cXDL1iszTCWhatever you are doing this weekend, whether you are riding the T; you are at the beach or in a park; you are shopp… https://t.co/dN4WOKdH2yThere should be no large cookouts or house parties this weekend. We’ve come too far to take those kinds of risks an… https://t.co/OruojfE5jAThey are proven, by many scientific studies, to reduce transmission of #COVID19. We are seeing, in other parts of t… https://t.co/R3iEie3fG4I want to remind everyone that the state and city advisories—on face coverings, physical distance, and large gather… https://t.co/67dwMIU5FNPlease, if you are over 65, or medically vulnerable, stay with your immediate household and do not go to gatherings of any kind.Every day, including this weekend, you should wear a face covering outside your home. You should maintain 6 feet of… https://t.co/RxV9ZClC8bI urge everyone to think about the reality of these losses; think about the success we have had bringing these numb… https://t.co/ZU0ePZNNzfOur prayers continue to be with the families and all who are struggling with this illness.#Boston’s numbers as of yesterday: We have recorded 13,467 cases, an increase of 12. 9,459 people are fully recover… https://t.co/CzIj1BT01oIn Massachusetts, as of Wednesday, total cases are 109,143, a one-day increase of 261. The state has now confirmed… https://t.co/5l5p9WuvlgToday, I will be sharing updates on #COVID19 in the @CityOfBoston and reminding residents of safety precautions for… https://t.co/zy1rPSCRYD @angelarowlings Thank you for your service to our City and for sharing our stories. Please know that Boston has you… https://t.co/3PTLSICjr3
7/2
2020
By completing the #2020Census, you’re helping Boston better respond to emergencies by increasing data accuracy and… https://t.co/g5iDO2mKM4Today, I will join Jim @Acosta on @CNN to discuss the latest updates on #COVID19 and our safe, gradual reopening ap… https://t.co/JKpllyJUzDHey #Boston residents, did you know that PWD’s Trash and #Recycling guide is available in #Kriolu, #Français,… https://t.co/1unrh5XDmL
Retweeted by Mayor Marty WalshOn the first day of July, I want to remind you that if you visit any of the @CityofBoston’s parks, playgrounds or s… https://t.co/XwBmDSfCAzComing soon to a theater near you🎥🍿... The @CityofBoston and @BostonParksDept are proud to offer free, family-frien… https://t.co/PuXSJDEUM9Even though summer is different this year, @BostonSchools will still have summer learning. For more information, go… https://t.co/ncisU1FOzwThe #NoHateAct would provide funding for states to upgrade to crime-reporting standards that would make it easier t… https://t.co/wl0zZO7e9zHate crimes are devastating weapons of racism and discrimination. They inject fear and anger into our neighborhoods… https://t.co/mAJeIRIcUGIf you hear or see fireworks being displayed in your neighborhood, please call 911 immediately for a police respons… https://t.co/iOX8pDUwabIt was awful to see what happened to Mark McKunes, a veteran who lives in South Boston, and who was attacked by res… https://t.co/VqY3cbYaFQThe stories you hear of people being injured, homes catching fire, veterans with PTSD being triggered, babies being… https://t.co/CQ5MTN8xUiFireworks are a serious problem in our neighborhoods, and it's an issue being felt by residents in every corner of our city.If you are a small business looking for guidelines on reopening or guidance on purchasing PPE, go to… https://t.co/DDm4Cu1wWAAs our businesses gradually reopen, the safety of employees and customers remains a priority. We created the Reopen… https://t.co/3aJ6cE85RqYouth summer jobs provide crucial career experiences to #Boston’s young adults during the summer break. There is… https://t.co/E67PdJ2NRJThanks @KarsonKennedy for having me on @Mix1041 yesterday. https://t.co/xhNCr61qjg
7/1
2020
I’m proud to name her the @CityofBoston’s first Chief of Equity. https://t.co/rwu910sh4iDr. Karilyn Crockett is someone who lifts up community voices and brings their power and perspective to the halls o… https://t.co/MS0YQ2Ma4mWhile @BostonPolice does not use this technology today, this step makes clear that we are listening to and addressi… https://t.co/tRIZkqLPIwProud to sign the Facial Recognition Ban ordinance today alongside Councilors @wutrain, @RicardoNArroyo,… https://t.co/ahmAoDk4o3In the @CityofBoston, we are working hard to protect the health and safety of our residents, and we are committed t… https://t.co/EMqe6RZurDI am urging every single resident and business to take #COVID19 as seriously now as you ever have. We need everyone… https://t.co/yMO2u55LslYesterday, I reminded residents to continue taking #COVID19 precautions ahead of Fourth of July weekend, shared upd… https://t.co/GMBbaAHkJH#Boston is a proud city of immigrants, and it is critical to keep our traditions alive, especially through music, a… https://t.co/1Xhw001yUbLearn more at: https://t.co/hoX0ouhR2IBeginning on July 6, @BosFoodAccess will open 97 youth meal sites as part of Boston's Summer Eats 2020 program, inc… https://t.co/i5jWLsjkfwThe @CityofBoston’s work in providing food during the #COVID19 pandemic is a great example of how we come together… https://t.co/eHBzXDZKzjI’m urging the state to extend eviction and foreclosure moratorium for as long as it takes to protect housing stabi… https://t.co/5kETIyhARAAs a Commonwealth, we need to protect families and our communities from the threat of eviction and displacement.ICYMI: the @CityofBoston has created a new directory of Black- and Brown-owned businesses. To learn more about supp… https://t.co/D2oj0JNEgIA reminder to @CityOfBoston residents that trash and #recycling ♻️♻️♻️ pick-up remains on a regular schedule this w… https://t.co/dkTjNXKJ05
Retweeted by Mayor Marty WalshI know this summer will look a little different, but @BCYFcenters is still offering summer programming for kids and… https://t.co/kpSNEK900g
6/30
2020
The weather is warm and businesses are reopening, but I need you to continue to wear a face covering whenever you l… https://t.co/wyvdRQHDoqWhat she has done with that excellence is to lift up her community and many others like it. That is what she is goi… https://t.co/A7VgvsC0QAKarilyn is an example of the excellence we have in Boston’s neighborhoods; the talent that we must create opportuni… https://t.co/czseKHCFqZShe understands the roots of racial inequity and the tools we need to break it down. She is passionate about the st… https://t.co/i0Ddn7W6MtKarilyn is a brilliant innovator and change maker. She is someone who lifts up community voices and brings their po… https://t.co/iAp0QvdKseThe Chief of Equity is going to be someone with significant influence on how we operate as a City moving forward. I… https://t.co/0P9opObY1EIt will apply an equity lens to make sure everything city government does is dismantling systemic racism and creati… https://t.co/MXtgf2INtZDriving this work forward is the mission of the Equity Cabinet that I announced last week. The Cabinet will bring t… https://t.co/C3nzRHD0VQHousing insecurity is clearly an issue of racial equity as well as general economic disruption.I am asking the State to extend the eviction moratorium for as long as it takes to protect housing stability in our… https://t.co/CK21sezROzWe have made $8 million available for rental relief to those not eligible for unemployment benefits. As of last wee… https://t.co/QQGhaGka0c
6/29
2020

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