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Walsh administration completes first week in office

Residents, community groups, and nonprofits packed the basement of a Dorchester community center on Saturday morning to impress upon Walsh administration officials how they can improve the city’s current health and human services efforts.

“We’re going to look to make sure that we have as healthy a city as possible,” said Felix G. Arroyo, the city’s recently appointed health and human services commissioner, as he spoke to about 100 people gathered in the basement of the Haitian Multi-Service Center in Dorchester. “It’s about making sure that everybody in this city, no matter who they are or where they come from, gets the basic services they deserve.”

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