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In this “state of the city” episode, Beacon’s senior-most elected official offers a preview of key issues that are bubbling up this year.
The interview is broadly grouped into four areas: affordability, sustainability, infrastructure and community. Additionally, Lee discusses the house fire at George Washington’s head; his interactions with a younger, more progressive city council; proposals to ban or restrict gas hook-ups; a major roads project that will replace Teller Ave and Route 52 all the way to the Fishkill border; prospects for a community center; the ghost bridge at Madam Brett Park and more.
And as a bonus for those who listen to the end, the mayor announces whether he’ll run for re-election this year.