"City Hall to Go" is the new project started by the city to bring the action from the halls of power to the streets of Boston. The city is jumping on the food truck craze by converting an old S.W.A.T. vehicle into a portable office, where residents can renew licenses, request documents and pay parking tickets.
Katharine Lusk is the program organizer for City Hall to Go. She joined Emily Rooney on location in the Boston Common to talk about today's rollout.