Nobody would accuse Mayor Menino's administration of going quietly into the night. While twelve candidates vie to replace Menino, his operatives are at work planning living spaces to attract young talent to the area. The Mayor's pushing for construction of micro-sized units of housing — as small as 450 square feet — within 1 mile of transit stops. Jim and Margery asked callers if they'd be willing to hunker down in one-room dwellings, or if they're currently giving it a shot.
Could diminutive domiciles provide the key that unlocks a youthful rush into Boston? Besides college, have you ever lived in something so small? Willing to give it a shot? Tweet us your answer, comment on Facebook, or leave a thought in the comments below.
Also on BPR:
- Jim and Margery talked about the trial of George Zimmerman in light of new testimony from juror B29.
- Callie Crossley previewed stories for her show, Under The Radar With Callie Crossley.
- Emily Rooney talked about the Southie scare, Steve Flemmi's plea deal, and former Rep. Anthony Weiner.
- On the Friday News Quiz it was Secretary Vs. Secretary: Secretary of Public Safety Andrea Cabral faced off against Education Secretary Matt Malone.