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The Boston Public Schools. Particularly looking at schools that have been underperforming. And ongoing economic development projects in Roxbury and Dorchester. — Wilnelia Rivera, Project Management Consultant, Mattapan
Charter schools, body cameras and education. — Russell Holmes, State Rep., Mattapan
I think housing and making sure Boston presses forward on environmental issues. We need to make sure low- and moderate-income people are able to still live in the city. — Joel Wool, Community Organizer, Dorchester
Job creation is probably the number one issue. Making sure people can find employment and support themselves and their families. Education, too. Making sure every child can reach their fullest potential. — James Morton, CEO, West Roxbury
Employment. Particularly for people of color. We need to make sure people of color get more jobs and more contracts. — Benjamin Barnes, Community Activist, Cambridge
Education. We need to bring good schools and good teachers into the city. And we need to get help for seniors shoveling snow. — Doris Dennis, Retired, Dorchester
What do you think are the most important issues facing the City Council in 2016?