Bulk deliveries have gone to Harvard, Lesley, Agassiz Baldwin, and the Dept of Tourism.
If you don't find one of these at your favorite retailer or restaurant, please let us know.
The map is beautiful, and has been very well received.
BTW, there are already 4 changes/new businesses since publication. This is truly The Avenue that never sleeps!
Thursday, Jan 17th, 7-9 pm Lesley University Hall, 1815 Mass Ave, Room 2-048 (this night only) We will be joined by: David Lakeman, Director of Government Affairs, Massachusetts Cannabis Control Commission State Senator Pat Jehlen, Chair, Joint Committee on Marijuana Policy, Massachusetts State Legislature Jeff Roberts, Zoning and Development Director, Cambridge Jeff Byrnes, one of our Somerville members will moderate We have invited participation by Somerville, with no response as yet. Please bring your questions and observations to this meeting!
At our November 15th meeting we elected new officers :
President- Ruth Ryals
Vice President-Susan Hunziker
November is also time to pay your dues ($10), so please give Margaret the cash or send her a check at
PSNA, POB 400106, Cambridge, MA 02140. Please ask urge your friends and neighbors to join (despite the onerous dues), and come to a meeting soon.
We discussed several good ideas for programs next year, but we would still like to hear from you.
Brave the snow, come vote and give us your thoughts!
PSNA November 15, 2018
Lesley University Hall, 2-078
1815 Mass Ave
November, 2018 is time for--
Our Annual Election:
November, 2018 is time for:
Offices for which we invite anyone to stand are President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer. In our recent past we have elected one person in the role of Secretary/Treasurer.
If you are interested, please come and bring someone to nominate you, or let me know.
Wrap Up of 2018 & Plan for 2019:
Please also come with your ideas about PSNA, comments on the topics we have addressed this past year, ideas about what we should address next year.
PSNA Meeting on TREES!
Thursday, Oct 18, 7-9 pm
Lesley University Hall
1815 Mass Ave, Rm 2-078
Porter Square has been identified as one of the city’s heat islands. Mass Ave—a main thoroughfare for cars, buses, bikes, and pedestrians—is an increasingly hot corridor. Street trees help reduce that heat! Many of us share the vision of a shady Mass Ave and are interested in doing what we can to improve our tree canopy and our planet.
At our September 20th meeting Owen O'Riordian, Commissioner, DPW and Melissa Miguel, DPW, Senior Engineer working with MBTA and Somerville (on the project described below) will join us to talk about the issues, condition and maintenance of the plazas near the Porter Square T stop and the city sidewalks in the area.
Many of you will remember that we just did a "Clean Up Porter Square and Mass Ave" covering some of this area, and we can briefly update you on that.
Saturday, Sept 8th , 11:00 am to 3:00 pm, we will be joined by upwards of 30 new Harvard student volunteers (and possibly from Lesley too) to clean up the Square and Mass Ave from St. James Church at Beech Street to Starbucks at Shepard St.