Thursday, June 10, 2021

Fort Point Landmarks June 2021 Meeting Tonight

 The FORT POINT CHANNEL LANDMARK DISTRICT COMMISSION will hold a public hearing on:

Thursday, June 10, 2021
6:00 PM

This hearing will be held virtually and NOT in person. 
You can participate in this hearing by going to our Zoom meeting link 
or by calling 929-205-6099 and entering meeting id 850 5871 0856 # 
You can also submit written comments or questions to FortPointLDC@boston.gov 

I.  Business Meeting

The purpose of this meeting is to review and discuss the new online application system. 

II Violations

APP # 21.0754 FPC   253 Summer Street 
Applicant: COJE Management Group
Continued from the 4/08/2021 FPCLDC Public Hearing. Proposed work: Ratify a patio expansion, including the installation of pavers, planters, lighting, furniture, and associated landscaping (Violation # VIO.21.009). Install new planters.

III DESIGN REVIEW HEARING

APP # 21.0979 FPC          21 Wormwood Street *MOVED TO ADMINISTRATIVE REVIEW
Applicant: Benner Construction
Proposed work: Construct a roof deck and replace an existing window with a new exterior door for deck access.

APP # 21.0993 FPC          26 Thomson Place 
Applicant: Back Bay Sign
Proposed work: At the ground floor storefront install a wall sign, illuminated blade sign, and vinyl window graphics.

APP # 21.0994 FPC        364-372 Congress Street
Applicant: Claremont Companies
Proposed work: At the roof, demolish an abandoned circular brick chimney; install a new roofing system, flashing, and moldings

APP # 21.0995 FPC        300 A Street
Applicant: Dyer Brown & Associates
Proposed work: At the main roof, demolish five (5) RTUs and install two (2) new RTUs. At the lower loading dock roof install new condenser units, mechanical screening, and complete associated structural work.

IV  Discussion and Vote on Proposed Permanent Signage at Properties Receiving Community Preservation Act Funding

V  Administrative Review/ Approval

APP # 19.1276 FPC          15 Channel Center Street: At Medallion Avenue, install a loading dock platform and replace an existing multi-pane window with a garage door (Extension of Certificate of Design Approval issued July 1, 2019 and approved at the June 13, 2019 FPCLDC public hearing.)

APP # 21.0979 FPC          21 Wormwood Street 
Applicant: Benner Construction
Proposed work: Construct a roof deck and replace an existing window with a new exterior door for deck access.


VI  Ratification of 5/13/2021 Public Hearing Minutes

VII Staff Updates

VIII  Projected Adjournment 8:00 pm

FORT POINT CHANNEL LANDMARK DISTRICT COMMISSION
David Berarducci, Susan Goganian, John Karoff, Lynn Smiledge, Vacancy
Alternates: Thomas Rodde, Vacancy

Wednesday, June 09, 2021

Boston City Council Looks At Charter Amendment, Hybrid Meetings, Cannabis, Urban Wild, Boston History, & Much More

City Councilor-At-Large Michelle Wu publishes notes from Boston City Council meetings. Below are some highlights from May 2021 Boston City Council meetings:

VOTES

Hybrid, Remote and In-Person City Council Operations: The Council voted to approve a Special Petition from Councilor O’Malley regarding An Act Concerning the Operations of the Boston City Council. This special law would allow the City Council to conduct committee hearings, working sessions, and meetings remotely, in a hybrid format, or in person at the discretion of the Chair. The petition now moves to the Massachusetts State Legislature for approval.

Ballot Question on Amending the City Charter: The Council voted to approve an order from Councilor Lydia Edwards to amend the Charter of the City of Boston by submission of a question for approval by the voters. Last fall, we voted to send this proposed charter amendment, which would , to move to the Attorney General’s office for approval. This order contains slight revisions to the previous language, based on feedback from stakeholders throughout the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, including clarifying the parameters around participatory budgeting to be consistent with state law. With the Council’s approval, this order now requires approval from the Acting Mayor and then the Attorney General before appearing on the ballot for the city election on November 2 for approval by Boston voters. 

NEW FILES

Boston Building Energy Reporting and Disclosure Ordinance (BERDO) update: Councilor O’Malley called for a hearing to discuss an update to BERDO. Buildings contribute to three-quarters of greenhouse gas emissions in the City of Boston. In 2013, the Council passed BERDO to require that all commercial and residential buildings that are 35,000 square feet or more, or have 35 units or more, report their energy and water use to the City every year. The ordinance was amended in 2014, and in 2019, the Climate Action Plan Update introduced an amendment to BERDO to replace the energy action and assessment requirement with a building emissions performance standard by 2021. This matter was referred to the Committee on Environment, Resiliency and Parks.

Removing Parking Minimums for Affordable Housing: Councilors Bok and O’Malley proposed a text amendment to the Boston Zoning Code to remove parking minimums for affordable housing units. Parking minimums are being used to stall or prevent new affordable housing development, most recently at the Zoning Board of Appeals in regards to proposed senior housing development at 3371 Washington Street and a supportive housing project at 37 Wales Street, both in close proximity to public transit. Removing parking minimums would be the first step of a broader strategy to offer zoning relief for 100% affordable projects, making it easier to build housing for lower income Boston residents. This matter was referred to the Committee on Government Operations.

Equitable Regulation of the Cannabis Industry: Councilors Edwards and Flaherty filed an ordinance amending CBC Chapter 8-13 Ensuring Equitable Regulation of the Cannabis Industry in the City of Boston. The ordinance would remove the Zoning Board of Appeals from the conditional permit approval process, leaving approval to the Boston Cannabis Board; preserve and clarify requirements around the half-mile buffer zone to avoid the overconcentration of marijuana shops in one area; and streamline the process for dispensaries to apply for relevant permits for delivery services. This matter was referred to the Committee on Government Operations.

Zoning Amendment for Marijuana Establishments: Councilors Edwards and Flaherty filed an order regarding a text amendment to the Boston Zoning Code with respect to marijuana establishments, codifying the changes in the proposed ordinance above. This matter was referred to the Committee on Government Operations.

108 Walter Street: The Council voted to authorize the City of Boston Conservation Commission (ConCom) to receive a property located at 108 Walter Street in Roslindale, part of the Roslindale Wetland urban wild. This property is currently in the care and custody of the BPDA and will be transferred to ConCom for purposes of preservation, after many years of advocacy from neighborhood residents and community organizations. An adjacent parcel is moving through the process for a new affordable housing development. 

Boston Commemoration Commission: Councilor Bok filed an ordinance to create the Boston Commemoration Commission, taking advantage of the upcoming 250th anniversary of 1776, the upcoming 400th anniversary of the founding of Boston, and other significant historical anniversaries to tell the full range of our history. This matter was assigned to the Committee on Government Operations.

For complete notes of Boston City Council meetings, visit MichelleForBoston.com to sign up to receive Council Notes automatically.

Tuesday, June 08, 2021

Chapter 91 Proposed Regulation Changes Meetings Tuesday 6/8

updated 06/08/21:  New June 8th zoom registration linkMassDEP is adding a mid-July date for two hearings times (date & times tbd).  The comment deadline will be extended towards the end of July dependent upon the actual July hearing date.  The hearing recordings, presentations and comment letters will be posted on the MassDEP website.

MassDEP Public Hearings
June 8. 2020
Chapter 91 Municipal Harbor Plans
Proposed Regulatory Update

On Tuesday, June 8, MassDEP will hold TWO VIRTUAL public hearings on proposed amendments to its regulations to allow the Downtown Waterfront Municipal Harbor Plan (MHP) to move forward and redevelop the Harbor Garage site to a 600 foot tower and Hook Wharf to a 300 foot hotel along the Fort Point Channel. These proposed changes to Chapter 91 regulations can also impact all existing and future MHPs. 

Written comments may be submitted until 5:00 PM on June 22, 2021 via email to dep.waterways@mass.gov  *NOTE: comment deadline will be extended  to end of July. The exact date to be determined in public notice of mid-July date hearings. 

REGISTER TO ATTEND A PUBLIC HEARING ON JUNE 8

Tuesday, June 8, 2021 at 1:00 PM  -- REGISTER 

Tuesday, June 8, 2021 at 6:00 PM -- REGISTER 


For more information, view:

Wednesday, May 26, 2021

F ST & E ST Directional Change Meeting Tonight (5/26)

FPNA strives to keep neighbors informed of City changes that could impact the quality of our lives. Yesterday it was discovered that there is a proposal to change the direction of traffic on E Street and F Street from two way traffic to one way North, away from West Broadway, through to 1st Street. This change would prohibit driving to the rest of South Boston from other than via A Street, Dorchester Street, I Street or Summer Street. FPNA shared this information at its May Fort Point Seaport Neighborhood Gathering last night.

The City's Office of Neighborhood Services and the Boston Transportation Department is looking for community input in making the decision via a survey and at a Community Meeting being hosted by the City tonight at 5:30pm should you want additional information.

Wednesday, May 26, 2021
5:30 pm
Webex Meeting Link: www.bit.ly/feoneway
Meeting Number: 173 540 8335
Meeting Password: oneway

Please take the Survey —> https://forms.gle/Y6ZvMQGvzAaxvqME7



Thursday, May 20, 2021

FPNA Neighborhood Gathering: Rep. Biele, Menya Jiro, John Barros & Alex Gray


Fort Point Seaport

Neighborhood Gathering

Tuesday, May 25, 2021
6 pm to 8 pm
Zoom Sign In


featuring

Our C-6 Community Service Officers

State Representative David Biele
Answering Our Questions On
State Projects Impacting Our Community


introducing

Menya Jiro
50 Northern Ave

requesting a beer & wine license

John Barros
Mayoral Candidate Spotlight


Alex Gray
City Councilor-At-Large Candidate


plus
Neighborhood & Committee Updates

Cannabis, Development & Transportation

Monday, May 17, 2021

Baker-Polito Administration To Lift COVID Restrictions May 29, State to Meet Vaccination Goal by Beginning of June

BOSTON – Today, the Baker-Polito Administration announced that the Commonwealth is on track to meet the goal of vaccinating 4.1 million residents by the first week of June and all remaining COVID-19 restrictions will be lifted effective May 29.

The Commonwealth’s face covering order will also be rescinded on May 29. The Department of Public Health will issue a new face covering advisory consistent with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s updated guidance. Face coverings will still be mandatory for all individuals on public and private transportation systems (including rideshares, livery, taxi, ferries, MBTA, Commuter Rail and transportation stations), in healthcare facilities and in other settings hosting vulnerable populations, such as congregate care settings.

 

Governor Charlie Baker will end the State of Emergency June 15.

 

The Administration also announced updates that will be effective May 18 to revise face covering requirements for youth and amateur sports and other guidance relating to childcare programs and K-12 schools. The Administration will release updated guidance for summer camps effective May 29.

 

The Administration is able to take these steps to reopen the Commonwealth’s economy because Massachusetts is on track to meet the goal set in December to fully vaccinate over 4 million individuals by the first week of June. The Commonwealth leads the nation in vaccinating residents, with 75% of adults receiving at least one dose. To date, over 4 million residents have received a first dose, with 3.2 million fully vaccinated.

 

New cases have dropped by 89% since January 8. COVID hospitalizations are down 88% since January 1 and the positive test rate is down by 88% from peaking at 8.7% on January 1 to 1% today.

 

Effective May 29

 

Effective May 29, all industries will be permitted to open. With the exception of remaining face-covering requirements for public and private transportation systems and facilities housing vulnerable populations, all industry restrictions will be lifted, and capacity will increase to 100% for all industries. The gathering limit will be rescinded.

 

All industries will be encouraged to follow CDC guidance for cleaning and hygiene protocols.

 

On May 18, 2020, the Administration published the reopening phases, which called for ending restrictions when vaccines became widely available. Today, there are over 975 locations for Massachusetts residents to access vaccines without delay.

 

Face Covering Guidance

 

In line with updated CDC face covering guidance, the Administration will rescind the current face covering order and issue a new face covering advisory effective May 29.

 

Non-vaccinated individuals are advised to continue wearing face masks and to continue distancing in most settings. The advisory will also recommend fully vaccinated individuals no longer need to wear a face covering or social distance indoors or outdoors except for in certain situations.

 

Face coverings will still be required for all individuals on public and private transportation (including rideshares, livery, taxi, ferries, MBTA, Commuter Rail and transportation stations), healthcare facilities and providers, congregate care settings and health and rehabilitative day services.

 

Face coverings will also remain required indoors for staff and students of K-12 schools and early education providers.

 

Link to mask guidance

 

Youth and Amateur Sports Face Covering Guidance

 

Effective May 18, the youth and amateur sports guidance will be updated to no longer require face coverings for youth athletes 18 and under while playing outdoor sports. Effective May 29, all youth and amateur sports restrictions will be lifted.

 

Link to youth sports guidance

 

K-12, Early Education and Summer Camp Guidance

 

Effective May 18, guidance from the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education and the Department of Early Education and Care will be updated to no longer require masks for outdoor activities like recess and to allow for the sharing of objects in classrooms, in both K-12 and childcare settings. This guidance will remain in effect beyond May 29.

 

The Administration will release updated guidance for summer camps, effective May 29, which will include no longer requiring masks for outdoor activities.

 

Link to DESE guidance

Link to EEC guidance

 

State of Emergency Order

 

Governor Baker will end the State of Emergency​ June 15, and the Administration will work with legislative and municipal partners during this period in order to manage an orderly transition from emergency measures adopted by executive order and special legislation during the period of the State of Emergency.

Friday, May 14, 2021

Love Your Block Is Turning Sweet 16 Saturday

FPNA celebrates their sixteenth annual Love Your Block on May 15, 2021. Love Your Block is run in conjunction with the City's volunteer spring clean up program. 

With the phased opening of our neighborhood, our first spring outdoor event will be a cleanup. We hope that as Covid restrictions ease, we will have an opportunity to host other beautification events like plantings and gardening. 
Be an outdoor adventurer and help spruce up your neighborhood on:

Saturday, May15, 2021
10 am - 1 pm
Wormwood Park (Wormwood & A Sts) M eetup 
Tools & gloves will be provided. Please wear you mask.


We will meet at Wormwood Park and then disperse to the following cleanup locations:
  • A Street 
  • Congress St.
  • Melcher St.
  • Gilette Beach and Harborwalk
  • Northern Avenue Bridge (Seaport side only)
  • Banks of the Fort Point Channel: clean up by boat will occur in June. 
Drop in for an hour or hang out with neighbors the whole time. How much of the neighborhood shines depends on you. Please volunteer! 

Attention Melcher Street resident sticker parkers: Annual street cleaning takes place Saturday, May 15th from 10 am to 1 pm. Please make it easier on volunteers and Boston Public Works by moving you car by 9 am Saturday. 








Reminder: Face mask required. 
Wear clothes and sneakers that you don't mind getting dirty. 



originally published 05.06.21

Wednesday, May 12, 2021

Fort Point Landmarks May 2021 Meeting Thursday

updated 05/12/21 with change to agenda and applicant presentations.

The FORT POINT CHANNEL LANDMARK DISTRICT COMMISSION will hold a public hearing on:

Thursday, May 13, 2021
6:00 PM

This hearing will be held virtually and NOT in person. 
You can participate in this hearing by going to our Zoom meeting link 
or by calling 929-205-6099 and entering meeting id 850 5871 0856 # 
You can also submit written comments or questions to FortPointLDC@boston.gov 

I.  Violations

APP # 21.0754 FPC   253 Summer Street *WITHDRAWN BY STAFF*
Applicant: COJE Management Group
Proposed Work: Ratify a patio expansion, including the installation of pavers, planters, lighting, furniture, and associated landscaping (Violation # VIO.21.009).

II DESIGN REVIEW HEARING

APP # 21.0760 FPC  22 Boston Wharf Road
Applicant: COJE Management Group
Proposed Work: At the front façade ground level, remove two storefront systems and install new aluminum storefront with double door entry and new storefront infill.  

APP # 21.0890 FPC  46 Farnsworth Street
Applicant: 22 Boston Wharf Road Owner, LP
Proposed work: At the front façade ground level storefront, paint the entry doors to match new assembly at no. 44 Farnsworth, remove solid material in transom and install glazing, replace hardware, and install granite around perimeter frame.

APP # 21.0889 FPC  51 Sleeper Street
Applicant:  Sergio Guzman, DMD, MSD
Proposed work: At the ground level storefronts, relocate main entrance, install new storefronts and a take-out window, and strip non-historic brick cladding from piers. Remove non-historic bollards and regrade walkways. Install new signage at the ground floor and near the rooftop. At the roof, add ventilation and mechanical equipment.

III Advisory Review

40 Channel Center Street Proposed work: Install a roof deck. 

IV Ratification of 4/08/2021 FPCLDC Public Hearing Minutes

V Staff Updates

VI Projected Adjournment 8:00 pm

FORT POINT CHANNEL LANDMARK DISTRICT COMMISSION
David Berarducci, Susan Goganian, John Karoff, Lynn Smiledge, Vacancy
Alternates: Thomas Rodde, Vacancy

Thursday, May 06, 2021

Fort Point Channel Watersheet Activation Grants Available

Bolstering the Janey Administration's ongoing work to create a waterfront that is accessible to all, the Boston Planning & Development Agency (BPDA) and the Fort Point Channel Operations Board are accepting applications for the 2021 Fort Point Channel Watersheet Activation Grant Program.  

Now in its tenth year, the program provides financial resources for capital improvements and public programming within and along the Fort Point Channel, as envisioned in the Fort Point Channel Watersheet Activation Plan. The plan was established in 2002 through a collaborative effort between the BPDA, City of Boston, landowners, nonprofit and cultural leaders, and residents to encourage new cultural activities and year-round programming in Fort Point.

Approximately $50,000 is available to organizations for the 2021 grant cycle. The competitive grant seeks creative proposals for water-based programming in and around Fort Point that will benefit the general public, including such things as new water-based infrastructure, public events, art installations, and educational opportunities.

To be eligible, an organization must be tax-exempt or operate under the fiscal sponsorship of a tax-exempt nonprofit. For-profit organizations may be eligible for funding at the discretion of the Fort Point Channel Operations Board if the project constitutes a not-for-profit, public project.

Applications are due on Friday, June 4, 2021 at 5 PM. Funding for the grants stems from the Chapter 91 Waterways Regulations License for Atlantic Wharf, a project developed by Boston Properties.

Thursday, April 29, 2021

Boston City Council Look At Preliminary Election, Early Voting, Participatory Budgeting, Student Debt & More

City Councilor-At-Large Michelle Wu publishes notes from Boston City Council meetings. Below are some highlights from the  April 28, 2021 Boston City Council meeting:

VOTES

Date of the Preliminary Election: The Council voted 11-0 (Councilor Essaibi George abstaining) to approve an order moving the date of the Preliminary Election for this municipal year from September 21 to September 14, after a hearing where the Elections Department stated that it would be preferable to have more time to potentially process mail-in ballots. 

Chemical Crowd Control Agents and Kinetic Impact Projectiles: The Council voted 7-5 (Councilors Baker, Essaibi George, Flaherty, Flynn, and O’Malley opposed) to approve an ordinance sponsored by Councilors Arroyo and Campbell restricting the use of chemical crowd control agents and kinetic impact projectiles. After a hearing recently held in the Committee on Government Operations to discuss this matter, Chair Edwards recommended that this order ought to pass in a new draft.

Student Debt Cancellation Resolution: The Council voted unanimously to approve a resolution from Councilors Mejia and Arroyo calling on the federal government to cancel all student debt.

I AM Bill Resolution: The Council voted unanimously to approve a resolution from Councilors Essaibi-George and Edwards in support of the I AM Bill, a state legislative proposal that would expand access to disposable menstrual products in prisons, homeless shelters and public schools.

NEW FILES

Tracking Vacant Commercial Properties: Councilors Mejia and Bok filed an ordinance to establish systems for tracking vacant commercial properties in the City of Boston. This matter was assigned to the Committee on Government Operations. 

Early Voting Options: Councilor Arroyo filed a home-rule petition for Early Voting Options for City of Boston Municipal Elections. This matter was assigned to the Committee on Government Operations. 

Same-Day Voter Registration: Councilor Arroyo filed a home-rule petition to allow for Same-Day Voter Registration for City of Boston Municipal Elections. This matter was assigned to the Committee on Government Operations. 

Amending the City Charter: Councilor Edwards filed an order to amend the Charter of the City of Boston by submission of a question for approval by the voters to amend the process of creating and approving the municipal budget, allowing the Council to respond to public feedback with actions other than simply rejecting the budget. It would formally establish and allow for the expansion of the participatory budgeting process and allow the Council to offer more extensive oversight of the budget for Boston Public Schools. This matter was assigned to the Committee on Government Operations.

MATTERS RECENTLY HEARD

FY22 Budget: Councilor Bok reported back as Chair of the Committee on Ways & Means regarding hearings recently held to discuss the FY22 operating budget, including annual appropriations for departmental operations, the School Department, and for other post-employment benefits (OPEB), capital fund transfer appropriations, and the Capital Budget, including loan orders and lease-purchase agreements. (Remains in Committee)

UPCOMING HEARINGS (Streaming online at https://boston.gov/departments/city-council/watch-boston-city-council-tv

  • Our next City Council meeting will be on Wednesday, May 5th at 12PM. 

  • Thursday, April 29th at 10AM: Hearing to discuss the FY22 Budget: Law, Arts & Culture, Tourism, Revolving Funds (Committee on Ways & Means)

  • Thursday, April 29 at 2PM: Hearing to discuss the FY22 Budget: Capital overview and Public Facilities Department (Committee on Ways & Means)

  • Friday, April 30th at 10AM: Working session to discuss the FY22 Budget: Boston Police Department,  Environment, Conservation Commission, Landmarks (Committee on Ways & Means)

  • Friday, April 30th at 1:30PM: Hearing on community voice in impact advisory groups (Committee on Planning, Development and Transportation)

  • Monday, May 3 at 1PM: Hearing on the Conservation Commission receiving a property to be included as an addition to the Roslindale Wetlands Urban Wild (Committee on Planning, Development and Transportation)

  • Tuesday, May 4 at 2PM: Working session to discuss the FY22 Budget: Boston Public Schools Commitment #1, Boston Centers for Youth and Families, Youth Engagement and Employment (Committee on Ways & Means

For complete notes of Boston City Council meetings, visit MichelleForBoston.com to sign up to receive Council Notes automatically.

Tuesday, April 27, 2021

City of Boson Budget Process Allows Public Participation

The City Council reviews the Mayor’s budget proposal for approximately six weeks. This process is run by the Chair of the Committee on Ways and Means, Councilor Kenzie Bok. This year, the process will involve approximately 30 public hearings, during which time the Council will hear from the departments that comprise the greatest percentage of the operating budget, as well as a few smaller departments. These hearings will also cover revolving funds and other budget-related appropriations. This year, the Council review process will also include working sessions.

All the Council hearings and working sessions will be conducted virtually via Zoom, and will be livestreamed online. The public is encouraged to watch all the hearings and working sessions via the livestream or broadcast on Xfinity Channel 8, RCN Channel 82, and Fios Channel 964.

While participation in working sessions is limited to Councilors only (with the exception of the Community Working Session), public testimony is welcome and encouraged at the hearings. 

Whether you are interested in funding for the Boston Public Schools, Office of Arts & Culture, the Environment (Climate Ready implementation or Landmarks for example), Roads and Transportation, Affordable Housing, there is a budget meeting for you. View the budget hearing calendar and ways to give public comment (testimony).

FPNA April Neighborhood Gathering Features You, Mayoral & City Council Candidates Plus Love Your Block

Join FPNA's Neighborhood Gathering on Tuesday, April 27th at 6pm and share ideas & neighborhood news. In addition, hear from District 2 City Councilor Ed Flynn, Mayoral candidate City Councilor Annissa Essaibi-George and Councilor-At-Large candidate Erin Murphy. 

FPNA is also pleased to announce that Saturday, May 15th is Love Your Block Neighborhood Clean Up Day. The perfect excuse to safely spend time outdoors with neighbors while making the neighborhood shine. Volunteer signup.

We want to hear from you. Please bring your ideas and questions. If you would like to share them in advance, please contact FPNA

You are invited to a 
Fort Point Seaport
Neighborhood Gathering


Tuesday, April 27, 2021
6 pm to 8 pm
Zoom Sign In


featuring

Our C-6 Community Service Officers

Boston City Councilor Ed Flynn
District 2 Updates


Love Your Block Volunteer Clean Up Day
Saturday, May 15, 2020
10 am - 1 pm
Wormwood Park (A & Wormwood Streets)


Neighborhood Open Discussion
We Want To Hear From You




Mayoral Candidate Spotlight
Boston City Councilor At- Large Annissa Essaibi-George


with
Committee Updates

Cannabis, Development & Transportation

&

Erin Murphy
City Councilor-At-Large Candidate


*** Become A Member Today Now accepting Venmo ***

 
Love Your Block
Neighborhood Volunteer Day
Saturday, May 15 from 10 am - 1 pm

 
With the phased opening of our neighborhood, our first spring outdoor event will be a cleanup. We hope that as Covid restrictions change, we will have an opportunity to also sponsor other beautification events like plantings. Please join your neighbors and sign up to clean up our neighborhood. Tools will be provided and don't forget your mask. 

originally published 04.21.21