Councilor Liz Breadon builds on her 20 years as an activist in Allston Brighton advocating for more affordable housing, preservation of green space, an efficient and reliable transit system and better schools. Amid the Covid -19 crisis Liz is a strong community voice, advocating for our neighborhood in City Hall. She has a vision for an Allston-Brighton that is an inclusive, economically diverse, sustainable and vibrant urban community.
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Through her work as a physical therapist, Liz has gained a deep understanding of the needs of elders and families who care for children with disabilities. She recognizes the importance of community and intergenerational connections in promoting health and wellness.
Allston-Brighton is rapidly losing families. Investors, speculators, and developers are buying up the housing stock and young people, retirees, working- and middle-class families cannot afford to continue living here because of spiraling housing costs. Thousands of transit-oriented housing units are built in Allston-Brighton with no improvements to the transportation infrastructure, and this is unacceptable for drivers, commuters, cyclists, and pedestrians alike.
Liz currently lives in Oak Square with her spouse, Mary McCarthy. They are both passionate environmentalists who use their home to demonstrate how homeowners can conserve energy, decrease carbon emissions, and save money, all while taking care of Mother Earth. They are members of the Charles River Community Garden and the Brighton Garden Club.
This is not about Liz — it’s about you, the Allston Brighton community. Together, we can ensure your voice is heard on the Boston City Council. What are your concerns? What is your vision for the neighborhood?
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