The re-paving of the North End has extended to the Polcari Playground outside the Nazzaro Center on the basketball court and lot.
Neighborhood Photo: North Street Grille Provides Breakfast to MGH Healthcare Workers
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Neighborhood Photo: Maria from Sesame Street at Tresca
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5 Replies to “Neighborhood Photo: Re-paving the Polcari Playground Basketball Court and Lot”
I know that I know little about basketball-but where are the nets!?
I think it’s wonderful that a young life long resident 18 years of age namely Mikaya Emma got the ball rolling on this when he brought it to the attention of Steven passacantilli at one of the neighborhood meetings in the Mazarin center.
Mikaya attended the meeting in shirt and tie and spoke eloquently regarding the issue of the deteriorating basketball ball court …. Kudos to you Mikaya!!!!!
It is great to see that the process of local government can work to get things done. A 17 year old young man, sick of the playground in front of his home being abused by people parking on the basketball court, took it upon himself to do the right thing and go through the process of presenting his argument as well as possible solutions to the problem at the local meeting and got results! I am glad that his actions are positively reenforced and that the powers that be responded with action instead of ignoring this young man! It is just sad that the Nazzaro Center allowed such ignorant abuse in the first place.
GOD BLESS YOU MIKAYA, AND I ONLY WISH YOU COULD SOLVE ALL THE OTHER
PROBLEMS THAT PLAGUE THIS GREAT NEIGHBORHOOD OF OURS. KUDOS TO YOU.
I really cannot imagine someone giving these comments a ‘thumbs down’…. It must be the village idiot at it again!!!!!!
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