•Warren Prescott School Dates:
*November 27: Spirit Day (Rain Date 11/26)
*November 27: Early Release (12:40 pm)
*November 28-29: Thanksgiving Recess : No School
*December 6: Picture Re-take/Make-up Day
*December 9-13: WP Annual Book Fair
*December 10: WP School Preview
*December 11: School Site Council Meeting
*December 14: BPS School Showcase
*December 16: In-school Winter Concert (K-2)
*December 17: In-school Winter Concert (3-8)
*December 18: Winter Concert, 6:30 p.m.
*December 23- January 3: Winter Recess
*January 6: Students return to school
•Harvard Kent School Dates:
*Dec. 17: H-K Parents Association, 6 p.m., Library.
*BPS School Preview Dates: Tuesday, December 3, 5:45-6:45 p.m.; Thursday, December 19, 8-9 a.m.; and Thursday, January 16, 5:45-6:45 p.m.
•2020 Spaulding-CNC Community Fund Grants
The Spaulding-CNC Community Partnership Fund awards grants to eligible non-profit organizations. The first tutorial for applicants will be held on Monday, Dec. 16, 7 p.m. at the Knights of Columbus. If you cannot make this date, a second tutorial will be held on Wednesday, January 8, 2020, 7 p.m. at the same location. Please note that attendance at a tutorial by a member of the organization, not necessarily the primary author, is required in order to submit an application. Applications are due by Friday, January 17, 2020 at 5 p.m.
For more information, please contact Shelley Mogil ( [email protected]), 978-505-5473 or visit the CNC website. Applications for downloading will not be available until the day of the first tutorial.
•Charlestown Neighborhood Council
Monthly meeting of the Charlestown Neighborhood Council. The CNC works to inform neighborhood stakeholders and government agencies on issues in the community.
Where: Knights of Columbus, 545 Medford St.
When: Tuesday, December 3, 7 p.m.
•Zoning Board of Appeals Hearing.
From the Dec. 3 Zoning Board of Appeals hearing, City Hall Rm. 801, 9:30 a.m.:
*60-66 Cambridge St. Applicant: Edward Owens
Increase existing open-air parking lot license (OPAIR-78695) from 193 vehicles to 431 vehicles and demo existing warehouse building.
*7 Cook St. Applicant: James Kingston
Interior gut renovation and extension of living space to basement. Add roof deck and replace exterior siding and trim.
•24-26 Elm St. Applicant: 24-26 Elm St, LLC
To change occupancy from a 2-family dwelling to a three-family dwelling. Also, to renovate the building, including a rear addition.
•From the Dec. 3 Licensed Premise Inspection hearing, City Hall Rm. 809a, 10 a.m.:
Courageous Sailing, 1 First Ave.
Date: 08/03/2019: Failure to post One Time Liquor License. Premise hosting event with DJ + live band not on one time Entertainment License.
•A Dec. 5, 12:30 p.m., CITY COUNCIL COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS WORKING SESSION. A working session regarding a home rule petition authorizing the City of Boston to establish an investor and commercial properties transfer fee. The Chair of the Committee is Councilor Flaherty. The sponsors of the docket are Councilors Edwards and Janey.
•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.