Neighborhood Reports From Residents Meeting [Video]

This week’s meeting of the North End / Waterfront Residents’ Association (NEWRA) included a series of brief neighborhood reports and updates. View the video, using the timeline below to jump to items of interest.

(00:00) Welcome and introductions – Ford Cavallari

(02:30) Councilor Sal LaMattina’s Office – Michael Sinatra

The councilor’s office is working with Commercial Street residents regarding ongoing construction issues with the Cycle Track, specifically around Lincoln Wharf and the intersection at Charter Street. Tour bus stops have been temporarily eliminated from the area.

(04:00) President’s report – Ford Cavallari

Liquor license update –  NEWRA has an update on its website. Also see this post for news regarding the latest round of license applications, none of which were awarded in the North End.

North End Historical Society – film showing at St. Stephen’s Church on November 5th, 6:00 p.m.

(09:20) Parks and Open Spaces Committee report – Robyn Reed

Next meeting on Tuesday, November 1st, 7:00 p.m. Mariner’s House, 11 North Square

Tree inventory and Prado renovations on the next committee meeting agenda.

Public Art Focus Group Regarding Climate Change – Sat., October 29th, North Bennet Street School, 10:30am

(15:20) Zoning, Licensing & Construction Committee report – Victor Brogna

17R Clark Street (Walsh Place) – no objection letter sent on a/c roof units after ZLC meeting

No ZLC items currently pending for next meeting, 4th Tuesday of the month.

(19:00) Membership Committee report – Mary McGee

(19:40) Public Safety report available here.