John W. McCormack Civic Association

Spruce-up Party & Barbecue @ Sharon's Park | June 9

Sharon's Park crew

Sharon's Park Spruce-up Party, Saturday, 9th June 2012, from 10AM - 2PM.

The park's landscape advisor is amping up the plant collection already in place, so more annuals and perennial flowers and shrubs are on their way. Saturday, help is needed to plant and help with trimming. For those who work, there will be a bbq and refreshments. If you would like to participate in this event, please RSVP here. Sponsored by The Polish Triangle's John W. McCormack Civic Association, 72 Roseclair Street, Dorchester, MA 02125, Tel: (617) 710-3793

 

McCormack Civic Meeting | April 17 2012

McCormack Civic Association met at its usual location, Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta Parish Hall on April 17 at 7:00 pm. The meeting began with police reports from officers George Billotte and Mayfield Holliday of C6, as well as Officer Keaney of C11. John McColgan, Chair of Edward Everett Square Residents Committee, presented an update on last Wednesday's meeting. The meeting centered on concerns of crime in the square. Boston Shines in the Polish Triangle will be April 28th. To participate, meet at 9:00 am at Sharon's Park. Concentration areas will include Sharon's Park, Paul's Triangle, Dorchester Ave. and Boston Street. >> Read More

McCormack Civic Meeting | March 20 2012

The McCormack Civic Meeting of March 20 was held in its usual location, at 800 Columbia Road in the basement of Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta Parish. The meeting began with police reports from Officers George Billotte and Mayfield Holliday of C6, Officer Michael Keaney of C11 and Trooper Brian Dunn from the State Police. After these reports, James Baker discussed changes to 11-13 Howell Street, which is a condo development. Baker has been conferring his plans with the Boston Redevelopment Association (BRA) and the Association to find what is best for the community. His current plans included decks on each unit. The plans left many residents concerned - many find that they will be large and will not be aesthetically pleasing as a gateway to their neighborhood. >> Read More

McCormack Civic & DHS Holiday Celebration! Dec. 20

McCormack Civic Association will be having their monthly meeting at Dorchester Historical Society's Clapp House! McCormack Civic Association is teaming up with Dorchester Historical Society to make this meeting a holiday celebration. The Clapp House is located at 195 Boston Street, and begins at 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, December 20. For more about the Clapp House, read about it on the Dorchester Historical Society's website. For more information about McCormack Civic, you can visit their website here! For any questions about this event, please email McCormack Civic: Civic@McCormackCivic.com.

John W. McCormack Civic Association

Mailing Address (if different than physical location): 

McCormack Civic Association 72 Roseclair Street Dorchester, MA 02125

Phone: 

617-710-3793

Hours of operation (or meeting times & dates): 

Meeting Time: M-F, 7pm M-F, 9am-9pm

Mission: 

To support and act as a liason to any of our residents concerns, issues and initiatives

Location

John W. McCormack Civic Association
72 Roseclair Street
Dorchester, MA 02125, MA
United States
Community Meeting Space Available: 

No

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