Thanks to everyone who joined us for our virtual community meeting on Tuesday, August 11, 2020 with Northeastern University (NU). John Tobin, Vice President of City and Community Engagement at NU. He shared the plans for dealing with Covid 19 and fingers crossed, so far so good. We have been grateful for the responsiveness of everyone in the Northeastern Community to our concerns.
Go to the Northeastern University's website for comprehensive updates. Beginning October 26, 2020, they will be posting signage throughout the neighborhood to remind everyone about actions we can all do to keep everyone safe.
Thanks to everyone who joined us for our first ever virtual community meeting! Click on the link below for the minutes.
We hope you are all well, practicing physical distancing, and finding unique ways to connect socially.
2020 ELECTION RESULTS FOR SBNA BOARD
Thank you to all who participated in the board election! Scott Mustard had been holding down the fort, serving as the entire board this past year and worked tirelessly to conduct the election via email and mail, as we were unable to hold our annual meeting due to Covid-19 restrictions. Thanks, Scott! He will continue to serve as a board member with the newly elected officers. When we are able to hold physical meetings again, we will have a vote to ratify the election results. So, please welcome your new board, as of April 1, 2020
June 3rd, 2015 6pm - 7.30 pm Midtown Hotel Representatives for SBNA;
Lee Steele, Architectural Review
Lorraine Steele, Events
Claire Dargan, Membership
The neighborhood meeting was held at the Midtown Hotel and had about 25 attendees. Claire Dargan called the meeting to order at 6.10.pm, welcomed everyone and continued with an update on upcoming events, safety, elections and confirmation of new treasurer.
SBNA Meeting Minutes – March 13, 2013 7.00pm – Susan Bailis Center
Over 40 neighbors from St. Botolph and Claremont Park Neighborhood Associations and Friends of Titus Sparrow Park met with Boston Police Department's District 4 Capt. Paul Ivens and Community Liaison Officer Sgt. Geno Provenzano at the Susan Bailis Center. The area covered by District 4 includes the South End, Back Bay (including St. Botolph area), The Fenway, and Lower Roxbury.
The overriding message of the evening was as neighbors, we are the eyes, ears, and voice of our neighborhoods. Captain Paul Ivens and Sgt Geno Provenzano thanked residents for their continued vigilance and participation in making our neighborhoods a better place to live. They urged anyone with even a suspicion of something criminal to dial 911 and talk to the police.
Read our current and past meeting minutes here.