Here's what I see all across this great city - people working together to make Boston a better place to live and to raise children, to grow and pursue dreams.
The true privilege of being Mayor is that I have the opportunity to be everyone's neighbor.
One of our key strategies has been to restructure traditional high schools into small learning communities with personalized attention and a range of options.
Preparing our city to achieve its destiny will require strong leadership.
This is a bad day for Boston, but I think if we pull together we'll get through it.
2004 was a great year for Boston! The Patriots won the Super Bowl! Boston hosted its first national political convention! And - the Red Sox won the World Series!
And for the city's birthday, we will host events in every neighborhood of the city, inviting all of our residents to share in the celebration of Boston's great epic - the story of neighbors who support one another where it matters most.
In the 1990s, we introduced Boston's community policing strategy. We reversed the tide of violent crime that threatened our city, and we established a national model for preventing and fighting crime.
We must be vigilant in our actions towards criminals, and innovative in our approach towards solving crime.
Children need continuity as they grow and learn.
I am working hard to ensure that working families can continue to afford to live in our city.
The true value of sport is more than the skills that young people learn.
And it was from Boston that one in every six American families began their journey into the land of the free.
I brought together experts from health care, business, academic institutions, and the community to develop a comprehensive blueprint for eliminating racial and ethnic disparities in health care in the City of Boston.
Diversity gives our city a competitive edge.
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