BOSTON (AP) — Boston Mayor Marty Walsh is preparing to give what’s expected to be his final State of City address as he prepares for a new post as President-elect Joe Biden’s labor secretary.
The Democrat will deliver the annual address virtually on Tuesday. The speech will be live streamed at boston.gov and aired on local television networks.READ MORE: Patriots Will Bring Back Red Throwback Jerseys In 2022
Walsh, 53, has been Boston’s mayor since 2014. He’s a former state lawmaker with a long history with organized labor. Walsh is a former head of the Boston Building Trades — a union umbrella organization.READ MORE: NFL Week 13 AFC East Preview: CBS Boston's Levan Reid Calls AFC East Title Fight A Battle Of 'Big Brother Vs Little Brother'
Democratic City Council President Kim Janey is expected to assume the role of acting mayor when Walsh officially departs.
She’d become first woman and first person of color to lead New England’s largest city. Janey, who was elected in 2017 and became council president last year, is Black.MORE NEWS: SportsLine Week 13 AFC West Picks: 'Denver Designed Well To Stop What Kansas City Does,' Says Larry Hartstein
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