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Joan Vennochi

Menino and the accountability gap

By Joan Vennochi
Globe Columnist / November 1, 2007

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HOW DO you get to be mayor for life without accountability? Boston's homicide rate is climbing and some city streets resemble shooting galleries. Nearly half of Boston public school students fail to graduate from the city's regular high schools in four years. There's a shocking lack of urgency when it comes to confronting systemic problems at city agencies such as ... (Full article: 722 words)

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