LANA Neighborhood Meeting – Monday, July 11, 2022

Draft Agenda 

  1. Welcome 
  2. Sgt O’Mara from Area E, Boston Police Department
  3. Roslindale Liaison Chinonye Onochie
  4. August 4th Event
  5. Membership
  6. Updates
    • 104-108 Walter Street
    • Ecological Restoration of the Wetlands
    • Pocket Park 
    • Electric Poles 
    • Transportation, Mobility, Infrastructure, Walter Street
  7. Zoning – 12 Basto Terrace
  8. Annual Meeting next time – September 12th.  
  9. Additions to the Agenda
  10. Minutes
  11. Treasurer’s Report
  12. Adjourn

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Meet up this Saturday, June 25, 10am at the Pocket Park

Helping hands and green thumbs are needed this Saturday, June 25th at 10am at the Pocket Park at South and Walter Streets across from Longfellow House and Green Tea. Earlier this spring the daffodils were blooming and lovely. But the weeds are growing and the pocket park needs tending. Come meet your neighbors LANA is doing a work session to weed and plant perennials Saturday morning, June 25th at 10 am. Join us. If you have an extra hoe, rake or shovel, bring yourself and a tool if you have one. We are also looking for donations of perennials. If you are thinning your garden, or found that you have one too many perennials, please drop them off tomorrow morning, so we can add them to the park at South & Walter. Or email LANA at Thanks. See you Saturday.

Mayor Wu’s Coffee Hour

Mayor Wu’s Coffee Hour in Roslindale – Tomorrow – Thursday, 9:30am in the Substation.

LANA Neighborhood Meeting – May 9, 2022, 7 pm

Preliminary Agenda

  • 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 
  • Zoning
  • President’s Comments
  • Minutes of the March 14, 2022 Meeting
  • Treasurer’s Report
  • Announcements
  • Additions to the Agenda

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Spring is here!

Pocket Park outside Longfellow House. Daffodils planted by LANA.

LANA neighborhood meeting – Monday, May 9, 2022

All are welcome! Register using Eventbrite for Zoom link.  

LANA Neighborhood meeting Monday, March 14th at 7 pm

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:

LANA Neighborhood meeting – Monday, March 14th at 7 pm.

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.

LANA Meeting – Monday, January 10, 7pm

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:

Rolindale Wetlands – Celebrating Acquisitions event

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.