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Imagine Boston 2030 initiative wants residents to rate city’s priorities

Dozen points of focus come after feedback from 10,000 residents

Boston wants residents to rate the priorities developed as part of its first citywide growth plan in 50 years, called Imagine Boston 2030. A spring request for feedback drew responses from more than 10,000 Bostonians, according to the city.

These residents want the city to prioritize developing less-expensive housing, improving public transit (and infrastructure in general), and creating more open space, among other things.

Now! The city wants residents to rate aspects of these whittled-down priorities. There are a dozen goals total, including "Waterfront City," "Thriving Downtown," and "Neighborhoods That Are Affordable." Go.