•Warren Prescott School Dates:
*September 26: School Orientation Night, 5:30 p.m.
*September 26: School Site Council Elections, 6 p.m.
*Oct. 9: School Site Council, 6 p.m.
•Harvard Kent School Dates:
*Sept.19 – OPEN HOUSE from 5-7 p.m.
*Sept. 24 – Monthly Parents Meeting (School Library), 6 p.m. Parents meet at Brewer’s Fork afterward, 7:30 p.m.
•Charlestown/East Boston School Meeting
As part of her 100-day tour, Supt. Brenda Cassellius will hold a very important meeting on the future of public schools in Charlestown and East Boston on Thursday, Sept. 19, at 6 p.m. The catch: it’s across the Harbor. The meeting will take place at the Umana Academy, 312 Border St., East Boston.
•Zoning Board of Appeals Hearing
What: Regularly scheduled ZBA public hearing where community members can offer testimony on appeal cases before the Board of Appeals. A full copy & description of variances sought can be obtained in the office of the Board of Appeal, 1010 Massachusetts Avenue, 4th Floor, any weekday between 8am-4pm with the exception of legal holidays. Find the City of Boston’s public notices databases here.
*When: Thursday, September 19, 5 p.m.
Where: Zoning Board of Appeals, 1010 Mass Ave., Boston
Proposals: 8-14 Monument Ave.
•From the Sept. 25 Flammable Storage and Garage hearing, 1010 Mass. Ave, 10 a.m.:
Hood Park LLC, 100 Hood Park Dr., 881-vehicle parking garage 7 (7 trucks at loading dock and 4 Handicap spaces). 17,620 gallons of gas in the tanks of vehicles, 174 vehicles per floor 7 trucks at loading dock.
•11th Annual Charlestown Candlelight Vigil
What: A vigil, organized by the Charlestown Coalition, that is dedicated to those lost and to give hope to those struggling with addiction. Hayes Square, Saturday, Sept. 21, 6:30pm
•How to Report a Problem Property Since taking office in 2014, Mayor Walsh has made fixing quality of life issues a priority in his administration. From investing in Public Works to making sure community policing is a staple in every neighborhood, we are making sure every neighborhood is clean, safe and a great place to live and work in. Unfortunately some properties in Boston need more help than others, and that’s why we are here. If you know of a property that fits one of the following criteria: multiple calls to 911, one that’s blighted or just a general concern, we encourage you to reach out to your neighborhood liaison.