Feeney resigns from City Council, may be in line for city clerk
Boston City Councilor Maureen Feeney quietly resigned last week after 17 years in office, submitting a letter to the City Clerk’s office that ended her tenure with two months left in her term. Feeney’s resignation took effect 5 p.m. on Thursday, according to the letter. When she announced in April she would not seek a ninth term, Feeney said she planned to complete her current term, which runs through Dec. 31. The Dorchester native could not be reached for comment.