Attend the online community workshop to see alternative site plans based on the ideas and comments from participants in the Oct. 1 community workshop.
We’ll explore how to best balance the goals of advancing equity with the creation of up to four units of affordable home ownership, largely on 104 Walter, and climate resiliency with the conservation of open space, largely on 108 Walter.
Advance registration is required and ends one hour prior to the event.
LANA thanks the Kuehn Charitable Foundation and CEDAC for their support.
Come see the Roslindale Wetlands in the fall and learn about 104-108 Walter Street, the largest remaining privately-owned section of the Roslindale Wetlands Urban Wild. The City is receptive to acquiring this property for protecting the wetlands and creating several (up to four) units of affordable homeownership. Come explore the area and see what it’s all about in expectation of future community meetings to help shape the future of this important piece of land.
Gather at the corner of Selwyn and Robken Road. Please wear your mask and practice social distancing. Sturdy shoes are advised.
The Longfellow Area Neighborhood Association (LANA) and the Roslindale Wetlands Task Force (RWTF) are hosting two community workshops to explore the future of 104-108 Walter Street, which is now for sale. LANA and RWTF have been urging the City to purchase the property to permanently protect the largest privately owned parcel in the designated Roslindale Wetlands Urban Wild area (largely 108 Walter) and to create up to four units of affordable home ownership, largely on 104 Walter. We want to share what has been happening and get your input and comments.
Thursday, October 1 at 7 pm. LANA and RWTF are hosting a virtual community workshop, which will be an introduction and discussion about the future of 104-108 Walter. We want to let you know what’s been happening and hear your questions and ideas. Please click here for free registration. Links to the virtual workshop will be sent to you.
Neighbors! Join us for the bi-monthly LANA meeting on Monday, September 14th, 7pm on Zoom. Agenda items include Boston Police Area E updates, updates about the Wetlands and the Walter/Center Street Intersection, Treasurer’s Report, and Approval of the July minutes. Representatives from various city offices and elected representatives will also be joining us.
This meeting will also include the official Annual Meeting of LANA. As per the LANA bylaws, the Annual Meeting is held for the purpose of electing directors, establishing membership fees, and presenting the treasurer’s report to the membership. Members in good standing (who have paid their $20 FY2020 dues) can vote for Directors at the Annual Meeting. Dues must be received by 9/11. Checks payable to LANA should be mailed to PO Box 222, Roslindale, 02131. Checks must be reach the PO Box by September 11th for Members to be eligible to vote for board Directors at the Annual Meeting Sept. 14th. Only Members in good standing may vote or run for office.
The Zoom meeting is open to invited guests and people who live, work or own property in the Longfellow area. Log-in information can be requested by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Neighbors! Please join us for our next neighborhood meeting on Monday, July 13, 2020 at 7pm (on Zoom).
– Open discussion about racial inequality as it relates to the Longfellow neighborhood
– Update about progress on the the Roslindale Wetlands
This Zoom meeting is open to all who live in the Longfellow area. Log-in information can be requested by emaiing email@example.com Please be sure to provide your street address so that we can confirm your neighborhood association.
The board of the Longfellow Area Neighborhood Association mourns the death of George Floyd and the many others who have died due to racial injustice. We reject systematic failures that cause inequalities. We invite LANA members and neighbors to join the discussion of what we can do to make our neighborhood welcoming and safe for everyone. Our next meeting will be on Zoom, on July 13 th at 7:00. In the meantime, we welcome your comments.
The video of the May 11 LANA meeting is posted here. The meeting was well attended, and included visits and updates by multiple City Counselors. To view the video, click on the link below, and use password to access the video:
- Boston Police Area E5 report by CSO Ed Roach
- State Representative Nika Elugardo
- City Councilor Matt O’Malley
- Update on Robert & South Street Intersection
- Greening Rozzie Solar Challenge
Meeting Location: Longfellow House Community Room, 885 South Street, Roslindale, MA Meeting starts at 7pm
• Boston Police Department Area E report
• Greening Rozzie
• Walter & Center Street Intersection update
• Roslindale Wetlands news
• Update on Traffic/Parking issues
Meeting begins at 7pm.
Meeting Location: Longfellow House Community Room, 885 South Street, Roslindale, MA