Comment on Sullivan Square was missed
Your very well-written and informative article covering the crowded informational session on June 30 with the Boston Transportation Department regarding the Rutherford Avenue design did miss one important comment regarding the link between the short-term redesign of Sullivan Square and the proposal for the long-term redesign of Rutherford Avenue. All short-term changes to Sullivan Square are required to be completed before the Wynn casino can open in Everett, but Wynn has promised and at the meeting publicly confirmed their commitment that no short-term changes to Sullivan Square will conflict with long-term plans for Rutherford Avenue. It’s not clear how the timing and schedules of the two projects will be coordinated, but I certainly trust that BTD will be able to enforce Wynn’s commitment.
Charlestown resident still concerned about the Wynn casino development
Thanks local resident for help
Jimmy Fund Golf extends its sincerest thanks to the organizers and sponsors of the Dana-Farber Leadership Council Golf Tournament held on June 15, 2016 at Granite Links Golf Club in Quincy, Mass. Special recognition and appreciation goes to Brian Taranto of Charlestown, Mass., Victor Ciang of Wellsley, Mass. and the committee who organized the 13th annual event.
The dedicated sponsors, participants, and volunteers helped raise critical funds to support lifesaving research and care at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.
The Dana-Farber Leadership Council Golf Tournament is one of the many golf tournaments that will be held in 2016 to raise funds for the Jimmy Fund and Dana-Farber.
Jimmy Fund Golf is the oldest and largest charity golf program in the country. Now in its 34th year, Jimmy Fund Golf has raised more than $110 million to support adult and pediatric cancer care and research at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. From 18-hole golf tournaments to mini golf events and day-long golf marathons, golfers of all ages and skill levels can conquer cancer through Jimmy Fund Golf. To learn more, vis
Thank you for scholarship
To the Charlestown Mother’s Assoc.
I am so thankful for the scholarship you have awarded to me. It truly means the world that I was chosen for such an honor, and your generosity leaves me uncharacteristically speechless.
Thank you so much for helping to pave the way to my future at Emerson College.
Augustus J. Viveiros