We begin tonight with a cutback in telecommunications revenue for cities and towns. According to the Boston Globe, federal regulators are putting limits on how much wireless companies would pay for access to utility poles.
Boston officials are close to filling all positions on the search committee for a new superintendent of schools. According to the Globe, the newly appointed members include educators, parent advocates, the head of the Boston Teachers Union, and an additional member of the Boston School Committee.
The new owners of the Boston Herald are cutting more staff members.
According to the Globe, fourteen people in the news and advertising departments will be out of a job by December.
Interview with Boston City Councilor Ed Flynn.