PSNA February 15, 2018 Meeting

Thursday, February 15, 2018 - 7:00pm to 9:00pm

Meeting Agenda
 

TARGET

From 7-8 pm, AARON HEMQUIST will tell us about plans for the new Porter Square Galleria TARGET,

and we’ll have a chance to tell him what we hope to see there. 

 

NEW MEMBERS 

We will take this opportunity to meet some of our new members (at least those present).

 

PSNA’S GOALS

We will have a discussion of PSNA’s role in the neighborhood, and our goals for the year (bring your ideas). 

 

EARS TO THE GROUND

PSNA February 15, 2018 Meeting

Porter Square Neighbors Association
February 15, 2018 7-9 PM
Lesley University Hall (Room 4-037)
1815 Massachusetts Avenue

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TARGET

From 7-8 pm, AARON HEMQUIST will tell us about plans for the new Porter Square Galleria TARGET,
and we’ll have a chance to tell him what we hope to see there.

NEW MEMBERS

We will take this opportunity to meet some of our new members (at least those present).

PSNA’S ROLE & GOALS

ALBERT J. GOWAN 1934-2017

GOWAN, Albert J. Designer, writer and Professor of graphic design, Albert J. Gowan passed away peacefully from complications of congestive heart failure on November 2, 2017 at 83. "Uncle Al" to generations of students at Massachusetts College of Art and Design, Gowan was an inspirational educator, trusted advisor and mentor, and a skilled strategist.

PSNA November 2017

Thursday, November 16, 2017 - 7:00pm

Thursday, November 16, 2017 (Annual Meeting)

Porter Square Neighbors Association
North Cambridge Senior Center
2050 Massachusetts Avenue

AGENDA

* Annual Election of Officers
* Email List Update
* Future PSNA Activities

* Ears to the Ground

 

ANNUAL ELECTION OF OFFICERS

We elected the following new officers:

President:  Ruth Ryals (who conducted the rest of the meeting)

Vice President:  Vacant

Secretary and Treasurer:   Margaret Studio

 

Follow Up on the January 11, 2018 BZA Hearing for 1791 Mass Ave

Last night the Board of Zoning Appeal (BZA) voted 5-0 in favor of granting a comprehensive permit for the proposed fully afforadable housing development at 1791 Mass Ave which will provide 40 units (many 2-3 bedrooms, allowing families).

The plans call for the restoration of the Second Empire Victorian  (the "old dentists home") on the Avenue, a large new building behind it, and the renovation of two historic houses at the rear (on Frost Terrace).