It’s open season on millennials. At least it feels that way after a spate of recent headlines blaring out the trampling of the zeitgeist of young city-dwellers: “Boston’s Effort to Extend Last Call Hits Snag” arrived in November, followed only a few weeks later with “Late-night MBTA service looks like a goner.”
And just this week in the Globe, “The Lawn on D may no longer be free.”
On its own, the death of any one of these popular initiatives might warrant a disappointed shrug. Taken together, however — and within just five weeks of each other — it is hard not to read this as a significant shift away from Boston’s commitment to livability for young professionals.
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