Week in Review: Crime, Council Reforms and Rotunda Redevelopment
A look at the stories your neighbors were talking about this week.
Councilman Bill Henry introduced charter amendments that would change the way city government operates by reducing the number of council members, adding term limits and increasing the council’s budget powers.
A female employee working as a parking attendant was beaten and robbed at gunpoint behind the performance venue.
A burglar pushed in a Remington home’s window-mounted air conditioning unit and found something he wasn’t looking for—the home’s owner.
Months after meeting with city officials, residents say nothing has been done to address concerns about congestion and safety.
A proposal to limit lanes over the Kelly Avenue Bridge concerns residents.
A city design review panel reviewed plans for redeveloping the struggling Hampden mall, but didn’t like removing interior shopping as proposed.