Blue Hill Avenue Neighborhood Response Team 

(we will meet at PRI...with the weather forecast I was tempted to hold our walk outside!)
 

Wednesday, March 11, 2015, 6 pm

we are at Project RIGHT, Inc.

320 A Blue Hill Avenue .

 

We will get restarted back on Wednesday March 11 at 6 pm (weather permitting!) at PRI (mk)

 

(contact us at 617.839.2847 if you are planning to come, we may check out some sites) 

(next meeting will be Wed. March 25, 2015, 1 PM, depending upon the issues will determine our location) 

Please let us know if you have any issues of problem properties that we need to address during our regular walk/ meeting of the Blue Hill Avenue Neighborhood Response Team (from Dudley Street to Franklin Park Zoo)  

Through your emails and phone calls about problem locations, you can make a difference! 

Thank you for the strong community turnout and your feedback has been key for us to address many different issues. Tell us what are the Blue Hill Ave. Neighborhood Response Team issues that we must address!  

Thank you for your leadership and support, our accomplishments are only made possible through your input and involvement, now for us to continue to make progress, your comments and insights are even more needed! We also want to monitor the status of the issues, we have been addressing previously along Blue Hill Avenue from Dudley Street.   We need to hear from you on what else needs to be targeted.    

(m_kozu@hotmail.com< mailto:m_kozu@hotmail.com> or 617.541.5451.x102 

(if you are running late, then call 617.839.2847 to find out where we are  

(Focus on Blue Hill Avenue from Dudley St. - Franklin Park Zoo)  

 The Blue Hill Avenue Neighborhood Response Team includes the Inspectional Services Department, Boston Police Department, B-2, Mayor's Office of Neighborhood Services, Department of Public Works, Boston Transportation Department, Boston Public Health Commission’s Tobacco Control Program and several other city agencies, Project RIGHT, Inc., Reps. Liz Malia, Gloria Fox and Evandro Carvalho, Councilors Tito Jackson, Charles Yancey, and Ayanna Pressley, Candace Sealey (Congressman Michael Capuano's Office), Zoo New England and many other community agencies