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|Welcome (3 min)||Stephen McBride|
|Treasurer’s Report (5 min)||Stacey Cordeiro|
|Police Report (10 min)
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|Mayor’s Office of Neighborhood Services Update (5 min)||Denise DosSantos|
|Proposed By-Law Changes Review and Q&A (15 min)||Stephen McBride|
|On The Hill (5 min)
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100 Steps Cleanup: Saturday, May 14th, from 10AM to 1PM
Our friends at the Hancock Street Civic Association are organizing a cleanup of the 100 Steps between Hancock Street and Downer Ave (leading to the Downer Ave park). The weather is supposed to be beautiful, so please join us!
Be On the Lookout: Neighborhood Cleanup
Affordable Connectivity Program
To combat digital inequities surrounding internet and technology access, the City of Boston is working to sign up eligible residents for the FCC’s “Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP).” The benefit is $30 a month toward your internet bill and a one-time up to $100 discount toward the purchase of a device.
For more information and if you have any questions about the Affordable Connectivity Program, please check out the ACP website or contact Peter Favorito, the City of Boston’s Digital Equity and Inclusion Advocate, either by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 617-635-2743.
Get Your House History
For a small fee, all of which goes to support the work of the Dorchester Historical Society, a volunteer will research any house in Dorchester or Mattapan and provide you with a detailed report about its history. The house doesn’t have to be old, or of any particular style. It doesn’t have to be your house – maybe it’s a house you grew up in or one that belonged to your grandparents (or just one you’ve always been curious about.) It doesn’t even have to be still standing. More information can be found by clicking here.