From toilets on Charter St., trash strewn on the Prado to shredder trucks on Commercial St., it was quite a week on Citizens Connect for complaints to the city regarding issues in the North End / Waterfront area.
NEMPAC Students Perform on Prado For Annual Spring Recital
The North End Music and Performing Arts Center, NEMPAC, held its Annual Spring Music Student Recital on Saturday, June 9, 2012 to a large and enthusiastic audience gathered on the Prado, also known as the Paul Revere Mall. The musicians that performed were students of NEMPAC instructors Sarah Glenn, Rachel Carpenter, Rebecca Rapoport-Cole, Jeremy Sarzana, Read More…
Christmas Tree Collection Schedule
Holiday Trash & Recycling Collection Public Works will collect Christmas trees for composting from Monday December 29, 2014 to January 9, 2015. Please remove all ornaments, decorations, and stands from trees and place trees at the curb by 7AM on your recycling day. Do not put trees in plastic bags, and don’t forget to recycle your holiday catalogs and wrapping Read More…
City to use Artificial Turf at Puopolo Fields in North End
Despite some opposition, artificial turf will be used at the Puopolo Fields on Commercial Street with natural grass remaining at Langone Park’s little league field, according to a community letter issued by Boston Parks Commissioner, Chris Cook. A stretch of natural grass will also be added along the Harborwalk for passive activities. The change will Read More…
2 Replies to “Toilet on Charter, Shredder Truck on Commercial, Trash on Prado and More on This Week’s Citizens Connect Reports”
THE NORTH END IS COMPLETELY OUT OF CONTROL
AND HAS BEEN FOR A LONGTIME, AND IF WE CAN
GET A CAMERA MAN TO GO ON ONE OF THE ROOFS
ON HANOVER ST. ON FRI. & SAT. NITES THE
RESIDENTS CAN REALLY SEE THE CORRUPTION
AND DISTURBANCES IN FULL SWING.
RESIDENTS WILL BE IN SHOCK AS TO WHAT IS
REALLY GOING ON DOWN HERE AND HOW WELL
IT IS COVERED UP. THERE HASN’T BEEN ANY OF
THE SERIOUS SITUATIONS THAT TAKE PLACE ON
WEEKEND NITES REPORTED AT THESE SAFETY
MEETINGS, WITH THE EXCEPTION OF THROWING
BEER BOTTLES OFF OF 462 HANOVER ST. AT OUR
POLICEMEN. I WANT TO KNOW WHAT THE PENALTY
WAS FOR SUCH AN ACT, AND WHO WERE THESE
PEOPLE STUDENTS, 25 – 35 YR. OLD RESIDENTS, ETC. WHERE IS THIS SO-CALLED ORDINANCE?
Wow! this was a busy week. Was the toilet on Charter the start of Tourist friendly facilities in the North End? The exterior was to follow. The Prado is in desparate need of full time cleaning. Thousands of Tourists pass through that area, they and it deserve better treatment.
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