The MassDOT Office of Outdoor Advertising will receive testimony on the proposed billboard at 64 Lincoln Street in Brighton on Thursday, September 14. Senators Brownsberger and DiDomenico and Representatives Honan and Moran sent a strong letter of opposition when the application was up for review in June, and have submitted a second letter of opposition. […]
After successfully piloting a Neighborhood Slow Streets program in the Talbot-Norfolk Triangle in Dorchester’s Codman Square and Stonybrook in Jamaica Plain, the Boston Transportation Department is accepting applications for the next round of its Neighborhood Slow Streets program to improve roadway safety. North Allston is home to schools, churches, a library, parks, and senior housing. […]
Open/release the Plain Text Stenographic Record of Public Meetings of the Boston City Council for hard of hearing, deaf, ESL English as a Second Language folks! And release the Full Text of Captioning from Webcasts/Cablecasts of Public Meetings of Boston City Council for hard of hearing, deaf, ESL folks.
I am among the very many who feel a sense of real loss. Tom Menino was a brilliant and caring man. Here is some information for those who wish to extend their own condolences.
National Take Back Days emphasize Safe Medication Collection and serve as a reminder to dispose of unwanted or expired medication. Properly disposing of medication helps keep it out of the hands of our youth while ensuring that its disposal is not harmful to the environment.
A press release from Mayor Walsh’s office announcing a comprehensive strategy to assist students moving into off-campus housing in Boston’s neighborhoods for the 2014-2015 academic year. Representatives from several City departments will conduct targeted housing inspections, trash inspections, and information drops, in student-heavy neighborhoods, from Friday, August 29, through Monday, September 1, 2014.