- Update on 2072 Mass Ave project
- Update on Davenport St traffic proposal
- Annual election of officers
Update on 2072 Mass Ave
Jason Korb, Jennifer Tamarkin, and Sean Hope from Capstone Communities reported back on changes to this project made after meeting with abutters and neighbors who the project affects. These are the changes:
Last week, instead of listening to the broad and diverse coalition calling on him to sign meaningful law enforcement reform into law, Governor Baker buckled to the pressure of police unions and sent the bill back to the Legislature with amendments.
Yes, Holidays 2020 will be unusual, but we have the remedy.
Thistle & Shamrock Update. This was just posted on the store’s Facebook account. Update: as of Saturday morning, 1 other employee has tested positive for covid. This does not come as a surprise considering I live with the first employee that is positive, my wife. All other employees have tested negative, which is a very strong indication that we come in contact with the virus through our children (they are also positive, 2 and 4 years old), who got it at one of their respective schools.
Arbitrarily, I am suggesting that folks not "Stand Out Against Racism" at Porter Square if it is less than 40 degrees, or raining/snowing.
After all, we don't want to put folks in danger of getting sick, with COVID waiting in the wings.
Stay Safe, till the weather improves!
Meanwhile, write the Governor, and ask him to sign the Police Reform Bill. It may not be all we need, but it is a good first step, and it is in hand. So please write!