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Weekly Top Reads: Columbus Park Playground Celebration, Citywide Parking Reform, Updates from Councilor Edwards, NEWNC Elections & World Labyrinth Day

This week’s top posts on featured community events, parking, government updates, the neighborhood council election and more! Read on below to see the most popular articles from the past week.

Families Gather at Columbus Park Spring Playground Celebration

The Friends of Christopher Columbus Park (FOCCP) hosted their annual playground celebration and clean-up in preparation for the summer season last weekend. Many families came out to take advantage of the free children’s activities. Read more and see photos here.

Council Wants to Look Into Parking Reform for the Whole City

Councilors Lydia Edwards, Annissa Essaibi-George and Andrea Campbell have called for a future hearing regarding citywide parking reform throughout all of Boston. Edwards believes the city may need to look into different parking solutions for different neighborhoods. Read more here.

Councilor Lydia Edwards Re-Election Campaign Kickoff at La Hacienda Boston.

From the Councilor: Community Impact of Development Projects, Luxury Housing Transfer Free, Bunker Hill Redevelopment and More

District One City Councilor Lydia Edwards shares her April newsletter covering housing, redevelopment, workforce issues and more. Read Edwards’ letter to her constituents and see the full newsletter here.

Seven Candidates Running in 2019 Election for North End / Waterfront Neighborhood Council (NEWNC)

The nomination papers are in and the North End / Waterfront Neighborhood Council (NEWNC) has announced the candidates running in this year’s election. There are seven candidates that will be on the ballot to fill the six open spots. Learn more here.

Barbara Tellalian speaks with the Eliot students.

World Labyrinth Day Celebrated at Boston’s Armenian Heritage Park

World Labyrinth Day was celebrated on Saturday at the Armenian Heritage Park on the Greenway. At this annual occasion, people gather at the Armenian Heritage Park to celebrate and recognize the immigrant experience. Read more and see photos here.

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