This week’s Ward Letter discusses neighborhood schools, crime prevention and local historic district status for the Blackstone neighborhood.
What an exciting Super Bowl! As usual, my brother was there, as he has been for so many important moments in Boston/New England sports history, demonstrating once more why he is the coolest brother in the family. But I digress. This week’s letter discusses neighborhood schools and economic development.
I hope you are surviving this weekend’s storm. For news about the City’s response to the weather, including parking bans and adjustments in City services, please consider signing up for the Mayor’s email updates by logging onto the City’s web page and filling in the form at the left side of the page. This week’s letter discusses snow removal, City Council education oversight and the block grant program.
This week’s letter discusses solar roof panels, lobbyist registration and two upcoming community meetings.
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I hope you had a happy Thanksgiving. This week’s letter discusses a community meeting, solar roof panels and the teachers’ contract.
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