It was the Mayor’s annual coffee hour on Monday in the North End and the first one for Marty Walsh. Dozens of neighbors came out on a warm, sunny morning to chat with Mayor Walsh over Dunkin’ coffee and receive a plant from the city’s greenhouses. He was even sporting an “Old North Church” logo tie!
Thanks to Meghan Denenberg, Steve Ayres and Jon Seamans for the photos.
Mayor Elect Marty Walsh talked with North End and Downtown Boston constituents on Thursday, December 5th during a fundraiser at Joe’s American Bar & Grille on the waterfront. The event was organized by supporters Daniel Passacantilli, Jeff Drago, Daniel Toscano and Stephen Passacantilli. In a brief speech, Walsh said he does not care who voted Read More…
A large citywide crowd came out on Memorial Day 2013 for a new tradition at the North End Waterfront’s Christopher Columbus Park, honoring America’s soldiers that have paid the ultimate price. Officially known as “Remembrance 2013: A Musical Tribute to Our Fallen Heroes,” the concert replaces a Memorial Day observance previously held at McGillivray Park Read More…
Let’s take a closer look at the North End neighborhood and surrounding precincts in Tuesday’s election that made Marty Walsh the next Mayor of Boston. Walsh took the overall city vote with 51.6% of the vote, but most of Downtown Boston favored John Connolly. Here is how the North End voted in the race for Read More…
4 Replies to “Mayor Marty Walsh Hosts First Coffee Hour in the North End”
I think it was very nice for Marty Walsh to host this coffee at the Waterfront Park, but we have.
Major Issues here in the North End that are not being addressed. We have people throwing.
beer bottles off roof tops, Urinating, Defecating, Regurgitating & Fornicating & Trashing our.
Streets, Abusing the Elder that remain in the North End & have no intention of leaving the area.
Mayor Menino turned his head the other way and now we were all hoping that Mayor Walsh.
would step up to the plate and do something about this ungodly behavior. Mayor Walsh’s
mother called many people in the North End to get votes for her son, and we believed in her.
and we gave our votes. We need your help, and I know for sure you would not want your.
mother to have to endure what is going on in the North End.
A visit to the North End of Boston is a very nice gesture by the newly elected Mayor but perhaps he might pay another visit, let’s say after midnight. A nice walk up and down some of the streets might just give him an idea as to why so many residents of this enclave are so upset about the noise and bad behavior of a small percentage of visitors & residents.
Coffee in the North End and then cuts garbage pickup Nice he got what he wanted he’s in office
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