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Neighborhood Council Reports on Youth Hockey, Events, Public Safety, Greenway, City Hall Updates [Video]

The North End / Waterfront Neighborhood Council (NEWNC) held its September monthly meeting on September 11, 2017. The meeting featured a series of local announcements. Follow along the above video with this timeline and summary.

Welcome and Introduction (00:00 in video)

President’s Report by John Pregmon (01:30)

NEWNC has replaced its website with a social media via a Facebook page and Twitter. Please sign up to receive communications from the council.

Upcoming events:

  • North End Against Drugs Family Pride Day on Sunday, September 17th. See the post.
  • NEMPAC Autumn Jazz Soiree on the Prado, 6pm-9pm – A special fundraiser on the Paul Revere Mall outside NEMPAC’s studios. Get tickets and more information.
  • Columbus Day Reception on October 6th, 6pm at the Long Wharf Marriott Hotel (Harborview Room) honoring Sal DiMasi and Sal LaMattina. Ticket information here.
  • More events on the Community Calendar.

North End Youth Hockey Program – Daniel Toscano (04:00)

Registration will be starting soon for the program in November for 15 Saturday morning sessions. More information will be distributed when the schedule if finalized. Contact Dan at 617-391-9450 with questions. Forty youths will be playing this year.

Parking and Traffic Committee – John Pregmon for Danielle D’Ambrosio (07:40)

Public Safety Committee – Tania Green (08:20)

Rundown of the latest North End Public Safety meeting with Boston Police , including the 68 arrests over the feast weekends.

Greenway Committee – John Pregmon reviewed upcoming activities (12:30)

Mayor’s Office of Neighborhood Services – Maria Lanza (13:30)

  • Paving alert for Commercial Street and Causeway Street See the post.
  • Highlighting 311 for city services. You can call 311, go to the 311 websitetweet at 311, or download the app.
  • Polling location change from Knights of Columbus to Casa Maria Apartments. See the post.
  • Mayor’s Youth Council is taking applications, grades 9-12. See

Office of City Councilor At Large Annissa Essabi-George – Alana Olsen(18:40)

  • Early education initiatives
  • Needle program

Office of State Representative Aaron Michlewitz – Patrick Lyons (21:30)

  • While the State Rep. is out of the country on his honeymoon, staff is available to address issues.