Plans for the Ink Underground park; the National Lancers; a plane at Boston Logan Airport; and the Charlestown District Courthouse.

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Local News: Concrete-Jungle Oasis, City Council Shakeup And Courthouse Wish Lists

April 14, 2017

Listen to this week's news you may have missed, including the TSA's pot-related blunder on its new website; the new Ink Underground park being built under Interstate 93 in the South End; changes coming to the Boston City Council and what's next for the former Boston Flower Exchange building. All that and more on this week's local news roundup!

Guests

- Gin Dumcius, State House reporter for MassLive. Follow Gin on Twitter.

- Sue O'Connell, host of NECN's "The Take with Sue O'Connell," and the co-publisher of Bay Windows and the South End News. Follow Sue on Twitter.

- Seth Daniel, senior reporter with the Independent News Group, including the Revere Journal.

Here are the stories we discussed on this week's roundtable:

TSA: We made a mistake and no, you can't bring medical marijuana on planes

Reshaping the BPDA from the Inside Out: Women now Make up Majority of Agency Staff

A park beneath the highway? One is coming to the South End

Exchange South End Unveils Initial Ideas at South End Forum, Takes Show to the Road

City Councilor Sal LaMattina will not seek reelection

Kelley Announces for District 2 Council Seat

Big changes could be coming to aging, overcrowded courthouses

VT picks Bechdel as cartoonist laureate

Lancers,Paul Revere Ride Celebrates 240 Years of Re-Enactment on Monday


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