Mayor Marty Walsh, Councilor Sal LaMattina and Elderly Commissioner Emily Shea visited seniors at the North End’s Nazarro Center on Tuesday morning. The North End seniors spoke to the mayor about basic city services and their quality of life as elder residents. (Photos by Mayor’s Office Photo by Isabel Leon)
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3 Replies to “Mayor Walsh Talks to North End Seniors at Coffee Hour [Photos]”
I HOPE THE MAYOR IS INFORMED ABOUT HOW ELDERLY ARE BEING ABUSED BY LOUD.
NOISE & SCREAMING YELLING IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD & HOW ARE POOR ELDERLY CAN’T.
SLEEP ON WEEKEND NIGHTS & ARE KEPT UP UNTIL 4 A.M. AND ARE AFRAID TO SAYING.
ANYTHING TO THESE KIDS THAT LIVE NEXT DOOR TO THEM. 164 & 168 ENDICOTT ST SEEMS.
TO BE A PROBLEM FOR ONE OF OUR ELDERLY, WHO ATTENDED THE JUNE SAFETY.
From the looks of the amount of Seniors in these photos ~~~not too many of us knew about this meeting! Does the Mayor only want to meet with people that won’t give him a hard time?
A very nice photo-op but it would be nice to hear what was said. I think a better time to come, so as to address the many noise issues, would be about 1:a.m. on a Thurs., Fri., or Sat. night with the windows open so he could hear the conditions that people have to tolerate week in & week out. Other than that, only one small container of cream cheese for all of those bagels?
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