JPNA May 10 Meeting Agenda
The Jeffries Point Neighborhood Association will meet on Monday, May 10 from 7:00 – 8:30 pm by a Zoom Video Conference.
Registration Is Required!
In order to speak aloud as an abutter, one must register for this meeting by Sunday, May 9 at 7pm.
The following is the agenda for the upcoming monthly meeting:
Agenda (subject to change):
• Greetings & Announcements
Nominations for JPNA Board
• Boston Police Update
• Santa Fe Burrito Grill – 1st Meeting – Proposed Restaurant at 303 Sumner St.
• The Trustees of Reservations – Gabrielle Ramirez, Outreach Coordinator
• VOTE: 304 Sumner St – Erect addition and change occupancy from 3 to 4 units.
Property Owner: 304 Sumner St, LLC
Represented by: Richard C. Lynds, Esq
As a reminder, all questions will be handled via the Zoom chat feature. We ask all attendees to remain muted unless called upon to speak. Looking forward to “seeing” you all there!
We are using eBallot to manage the voting process. Within 48 hours after the meeting, eligible voters will be emailed a link that will allow them to vote online. All votes must be cast by Friday, May 14th at 7pm. Late votes will not be accepted, no exceptions.
We hope you and your loved ones are well. We are all in this together as neighbors and friends. Please don’t be afraid to reach out.
2021 meeting dates are posted at jeffriespoint.org
East Boston Resident Inducted Into National Honor Society at BC High
Jack Brodin (Class of 2022) and an East Boston resident has been inducted into the Robert J. Fulton, SJ Chapter of the National Honor Society at Boston College High School:
The National Honor Society (NHS) was created by the National Association of Secondary School Principals to recognize high school students who have distinguished themselves in their school and community.
Each year eligible juniors and seniors are invited to apply for membership in NHS. Applications are reviewed by a committee of BC High teachers to confirm that each student has attained a high standard of each of these characteristics: scholarship, character, leadership, and service.
At BC High, NHS members are committed to service in the school and in the broader community. All students applying for membership must be current with the completion of required community services hours for their grade level at BC High. After induction into NHS, all members are expected to offer significant service to the school community as tutors in the Academic Resource Center, as ambassadors at Open House and Admissions events, and in other capacities.
A minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.5 is required of all applicants. Beyond the grade point average, applicants must be a positive presence in their academic classes. They must show initiative and dependability, work well with other students, exhibit a strong work ethic, and demonstrate openness to growth.
Love Your Block Maverick/Central Cleanup Set for May 15
Join with Maverick/Central Neighborhood Association, East Boston Main Streets, Tree Eastie, Mothers Out Front and Maverick Landing Community Services for a Spring Cleanup.
This event will be socially distanced. Gloves, bags and water will be provided. Due to safety guidelines, space and tools will be limited. There will be a max of 25 volunteers to a location. Masks required.
Choose your time and location
Saturday, May 15 from 9 AM to noon
Saturday, May 15 from 1:00 to 4:00 PM
Central Square in front of EB Social Center
Maverick Square in front of EBNHC
Take pride in your neighborhood and help clean up our streets and parks! We’ll pick up street and park litter, rake leaves and remove branches from parks. Receive a free tree seedling for your yard if you are interested.
For more information and to sign up visit the Maverick/Central Neighborhood Associatiopn Facebook page.