JHA Monthly Meeting

November 9, 2022 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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JHA neighborhood meetings are held the 2nd Wednesday of each month, Sept – June, at 7:00 pm.
Our meetings are fully virtual and held at the same Zoom link above.

Everyone is welcome – please bring a neighbor or two! If you would like to become a Voting Member, please be sure to renew your membership at https://www.joneshill.com/become-a-member/

To find more information, reach out to info [at] joneshill.com.


Welcome (3 min) Stephen McBride
Treasurer’s Report (5 min)  Stacey Cordeiro
Police Report (10 min) 

● Contact: George.Downing@pd.Boston.gov 

● C11CSO on Twitter: https://twitter.com/C11cso

Officer George Downing
8 Sawyer Ave Updates and Vote on Association Support Aisling Kerr
19 Peverell Street Presentation and Vote on Association Support Blue Sky Realty

Devon Previte

Aaron Daigneault

31 Downer Ave Presentation and Vote on Association Support Alexander Brown
Committee Reports 

  • Social & Outreach Committee (outreach@joneshill.com)
    • Halloween Home Decorating Contest Winners!
  • Planning & Development (planning@joneshill.com)
  • Greenspace & Friends of Downer Park (downerplayground@joneshill.com)

Stephen McBride

Mayor’s Office of Neighborhood Services Update (5 min) Denise DosSantos
On The Hill (5 min) 

  • Open Forum or Announcements
Join Zoom Meeting | Meeting ID: 617 021 2555 | Passcode: 661177

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Upham’s Corner Library Events

There is a ton going on this November at the Uphams Corner Branch Library.  Click here to view the full calendar of Library Events!

Clothing and Textile Recycling in Boston

In compliance with the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection’s policy, beginning November 1, the City of Boston will not accept clothing and textiles in curbside trash. 

To help residents comply with this state policy, the City of Boston offers two options for residents to dispose of their unwanted clothing and textiles: 1) drop boxes conveniently located throughout the City, and 2) weekend curbside textile collection. Items that are soiled, wet, or moldy should still be placed in your curbside trash for collection. 

More information can be found here


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