- Welcome, Opening Comments and Introductions
- Uju Onochie, Neighborhood Liaison
- Habitat for Humanity Update –Jim Kostaras & Gerry Patton
- After Party 2022 Committee Report
- Roslindale Wetlands Update
- Transportation, Mobility & Infrastructure Committee
- Update regarding 2nd Pole Removals
- Walter Street
- Centre/Walter Intersection
- President’s Comments
- Minutes of the March 14, 2022 Meeting
- Treasurer’s Report
- Additions to the Agenda
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Pocket Park outside Longfellow House. Daffodils planted by LANA.
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Agenda includes City Councilor Kendra Lara (District 6), Boston Transportation Dept. Proposed Improvement Plans for South & Robert Street Intersection, Habitat for Humanity Update on 104 Walter Street Development, Zoning issue at 1472 Centre Street, Roslindale Parade After Party, Transportation, Mobility & Infrastructure Committee. Register via Eventbrite to get the Zoom link:
Agenda includes Councilor Kendra Hicks (just elected as the councilor for District 6), 104 Walter Street Update with Habitat for Humanity, Transportation/Mobility/ Infrastructure Committee report and discussion, Roslindale Day Parade afterparty at Fallon Field. The link for registration will be posted soon.
The first LANA meeting of 2021 will be this coming Monday, January 10th at 7 pm. LANA will be meeting virtually. An Eversource representative will be on hand to answer questions. Now is your opportunity to ask questions to a real person from Eversource, so join us. LANA has been concerned about improving the mobility and accessibility along Walter Street, and there are several places where there are multiple telephone poles along Walter Street and elsewhere. Zoning issues on the agenda. The owners of 9 Farquhar Street are planning an addition and will be on hand to talk about their need for zoning relief at 9 Farquhar. To get the Zoom link, register using the EventBrite link below:
On Saturday, December 11, 2021, the community came out to celebrate building affordable housing while preserving the wetlands. Thanks especially to Mayor Wu, Councilors Matt O’Malley and Arroyo, Senator Representative Nika Elugardo, and Habit for Humanity.
We are kicking off our celebration this Saturday at noon at 108 Walter Street to thank and celebrate our many partners and officials working with us to advance equity and climate resiliency by saving the Roslindale Wetlands and creating four units of affordable home ownership. Invited attendees include Mayor Wu, Councilors O’Malley and Arroyo, State Senator Rush, State Representatives Coppinger and Elugardo, Habitat for Humanity, and others! Join us in celebrating the acquisitions of 104-108 Walter and the Durst parcel, as well as the second anniversary of the Boston Wetlands Ordinance. We also want to thank you for your help and support and making these acquisitions happen. Grassroots neighborhood support is a key to success!
In addition, LANA will be hosting a Roslindale Wetlands 25+1 Walk at 2 pm stepping off from Selwyn & Robken Road.
Sunday, November 14th at noon, we will meet to plant daffodil bulbs at the pocket parks at South & Walter. We probably have enough bulbs to also plant some at Fallon Field and public spaces in the LANA area. Bring a trowel, some work gloves and join us in planting 300+ bulbs.
We want to get the bulbs planted for spring cheer, before the cold weather really sets-in, so it’s all hands-on deck. We need your help. Meet your neighbors, and join in for an hour or so, and let’s get the daffodils planted!
Thank you to Boston Parks for providing daffodil bulbs to beautify all of Boston’s neighborhoods! They are relying on us to help plant them.
So, grab your trowel and some garden gloves. A rake or 2 might be helpful. And let’s plant some this Sunday, Meet at the pocket parks at South & Walter at noon, this Sunday, November 14th.
The regular bi-monthly LANA meeting will be Monday, November 8th at 7 pm via Zoom. Please register here at Eventbrite to get the zoom line. Paul Sutton will inform us as to the progress of the Ecological Restoration project at the Roslindale Wetlands. Bring your questions and comments. There will be updates from Habitat as to 104 Walter and Roslindale liaison Uju Chinonye, and discussions on membership and bettering mobility/ transport issues in the LANA area. Two zoning relief requests will be presented, as well as the request for a letter of support regarding Crane’s Ledge. Sign up at Eventbrite and join in the conversation tomorrow, Monday, November 8th at 7 pm. The full agenda can be found at this link.