St. Mark's Area Civic Association

St. Mark's Civic Association Meeting | March 27 2012

St. Mark's Civic Association's monthly meeting saw a small turnout, with only between 15 and 20 people present. The agenda was short - Luis Jiminez, the Association's president, had a plane to catch to Puerto Rico at 11:00! Officer Keaney reported on incidents that were recorded in the neighborhood - none were truly of note. St. Mark's area sees more incidents due to the fact that Dot Ave and Adams Street run through the neighborhood, however, none were incidents that affect residents. Joe McEachern discussed the city's eAlert program, which keeps residents informed of crime happening in their neighborhoods. >> Read More

St. Mark's Area Civic City Council Debate, Jun. 28

The June meeting of St. Mark's Area Civic Assocation on Tuesday the 28th is a forum for the candidates vying for the District 3 seat being vacated by Maureen Feeney. SMACA meetings are held at St. Marks Church, 1725 Dorchester Avenue. All of the candidates have been invited to this forum which begins promptly at 7:00 p.m. The candidates will first have an opening statement. Questions that have been previously submitted by SMACA members will be asked of each candidate. The candidates will than give a closing statement. A meet and greet will be held so that people may speak to the candidates. 

Brief candidate biographies and photos are available at
http://www.dotnews.com/2011/field-set-district-3-council-preliminary-election.

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