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Kim Janey attends Medal of Honor ceremony, pledges continued help to Boston small businesses as first week continues

1 month ago   |   By Boston Herald

The man made the announcement to his dog.
“Hey, is that the new mayor?” Southie resident Chuck Finley yelled at Lana the pooch.
So it was. Acting Mayor Kim Janey made her first public appearances outside of City Hall on Thursday when she made a swing through South Boston, speaking at the Medal of Honor ceremony before hitting up several local businesses along East Broadway as she promised to do all she can to support them as the city begins to recover from the pandemic.
“The city will continue to think outside of the box in terms of thinking creatively around supporting small businesses,”...
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