Please be advised that the Emerald Society of the Boston Police annual Halfway to St. Patrick’s Day Road Race is this Sunday, September 27th, beginning at 11 a.m. The course runs through a long swath of our neighborhood including South St and Walter St. Some restrictions will be in place Sunday morning on those streets,
The BRA has scheduled another public meeting on the 100 Weld Street proposal (former Weld American gas station site).
Monday, Oct. 5th, 6:30 pm at the Roche Community Center, 1716 Centre Street in West Roxbury.
The proponent is expected to present a revised proposal based on public comments and community feedback submitted to the BRA.
Please note the location change from prior meetings, this is at the Roche Center and NOT at the police station.
BRA project manager Chris Tracy sent the following message yesterday regarding the 100 Weld St development proposal:
Thank you for your participation in the BRA process on the proposal at 100 Weld St thus far. I am writing to notify you that this proposal will not be presented at the BRA Board of Directors meeting this Thursday (9/17).
Based on the dialogue at our public meeting on August 27 and the public comments received by the BRA we have asked the proponent to consider this feedback and respond accordingly. In particular, the BRA has heard from the community that the size and massing of the proposal is too large, therefore, we’ve asked the proponent to reconsider the size and massing of the building.
I will be in touch when next steps are determined, if you have any questions in the meantime please don’t hesitate to ask. The link below can provide you with all of the project information.
Boston Redevelopment Authority
1 City Hall Sq
Boston MA 02201
The City of Boston’s initiative Age-Friendly Boston is hosting a listening session in Roslindale on Thursday, Sept 17th from 5:30-7 pm at the Roslindale Branch Library. Residents are invited to provide feedback and input.
Age-Friendly Boston is a project that challenges the city’s public agencies, businesses, cultural, educational, and religious institutions and community groups to consider how changes to policy and practice can enhance the quality of life for residents as we age.
Learn more: agefriendlyboston.wordpress.com/
The next meeting of the LANA Board is this Monday, September 14, 2015. The meeting begins at 7:30 pm at the Longfellow House, 885 South Street, Roslindale.
District 5 City Councilor Tim McCarthy will be our guest. Please join us!