City Council District 2 Profile: Corey Dinopoulos — South End News
As District 2 changes, so do its politics and councilor — The Boston Globe
If he wins the District 2 City Council election in November and succeeds Bill Linehan, South Boston web designer Corey Dinopoulos will occupy a unique place in Boston history.
Press Release — Corey Qualifies for Ballot
As five-term Councilor Bill Linehan steps down, his district — which includes South Boston, the South End, and Chinatown — is undergoing swift demographic change. Look no further than the field running to succeed Linehan, or this weekend’s parade, for evidence of an area in flux.
Love Your Block Neighborhood Cleanup
SOUTH BOSTON, MA May 16, 2017 — The Committee to Elect Corey Dinopoulos announced yesterday that their candidate has officially qualified to be on the ballot for the September 26, 2017 Preliminary Municipal Election for Boston City Council, according to its campaign manager, Anna Glass.
Editorial: Why I’m running for City Council, District 2 — CaughtinSouthie
Love Your Block, a program through the City of Boston will be making Southie Shine the weekend of May 12-13. Here is a listing of organized neighborhood clean-up's that you're encouraged to join for an hour of your time Saturday.
The New Activism – Boston Spirit Magazine
Having worked in the public and private sectors for 10 years as a designer and problem solver, I believe that empathy and good design can inform how we work together to solve these challenges. We can improve access to opportunities for the people of this district: in transportation, in education, and in housing.
Statement from District 2 City Council Candidate Corey Dinopoulos
“If you’re disappointed in your elected officials,” President Obama said in his farewell address, “grab a clipboard, get some signatures and run for office yourself.” At least two New England political activists answered President Obama’s call literally, and their inspiring stories are full of ideas how each of us can make a difference in our own way.
This time, Olympics rivals are on the same team — The Boston Globe
"The City of Boston is an inclusive city. That means recognizing and celebrating the LGBTQ men and women of Boston who have served our country. The recent decision made by the South Boston Allied War Veterans Council to exclude these veterans does not reflect our civic values. I am hopeful we can work on a resolution, and I stand by to assist both sides to come to an agreement. I will not participate in the St. Patrick's Day Parade on Sunday, March 19th, unless there is an opportunity for OUTVETS to march as well."
They might be this political season’s ultimate team of rivals: Corey Dinopoulos and Chris Dempsey.
The alliance of Dinopoulos and Dempsey is also unusual given today’s fractious political environment. As Dinopoulos puts it, it’s a statement that “politics doesn’t have to be divisive.”
Olympic bid architect seeks South Boston City Council seat. — POLITICO
As the City Councilor for District 2, Bill Linehan has dedicated his life to public service and the City of Boston. I want to thank him for his continued service and commitment to the betterment of our great city.
Hopefuls emerge for Roxbury, South Boston — The Boston Globe
Corey Dinopoulos, a designer, community organizer, and architect of the original Boston Olympic proposal, is running for the District 2 seat on the Boston City Council.
“Music at Marine” coming to Marine Park — CaughtInSouthie
Originally from Dracut, Dinopoulos lived in Mission Hill and Jamaica Plain before moving to South Boston nine years ago, he said. District 2 also includes the South End and Chinatown.
He has been eyeing a council run since 2011, saying the city needs more young leadership. “There is an appetite for someone who is going to speak on behalf of the neighborhood,’’ he said.
K Street resident Corey Dinopoulos is what you might call a “do-er.” So he started making some calls to see how he could help revitalize the bandstand and bring some music to the neighborhood.