First, a programming note: Tomorrow at noon, the City Council holds a regular Wednesday meeting - at which councilors may decide whether to try to bypass a special election for mayor should Marty Walsh decamp for Washington before March 5.
Michelle Wu announced a digital-equity plan that would include creation of a municipal broadband service, in part to bring broadband to the roughly 15% of Boston households that do not have Internet access, ensuring reliable WiFi along the entire MBTA system in Boston and creating a reliable telehealth system.
The Dorchester Reporter takes a look at Andrea Campbell's proposal to create a cabinet-level position to do something about Methadone Mile (grizzled Boston political veterans may recall that Marty Walsh briefly had somebody like that, but he didn't last long on account of the zoning-board bribery scandal that may or may not have had something to do with his previous role at 1010 Mass. Ave.).
Speaking of the Reporter, they've started a new effort to cover the mayoral election. Twitter feed? Of course.