Erie-Ellington Neighborhood Association Meeting | March 26, 2012

Mon, 03/26/2012

The Erie-Ellington Neighborhood Association Meeting was held on Monday, March 26, 2012 at the Erie-Ellington Community Room located at 31 Erie Street, (located at the corner of Merrill & Erie Streets). Light refreshments were served, and attendees helped themselves to iced tea and Domino's Pizza. Marilyn Forman of Codman Square Neighborhood Development Corporation facilitated the meeting, which began with updates from B-3 area. Residents are encouraged to call 911 if they hear a house party, and to let someone know if it is a chronic problem. Dynell Andrews-Blake provided information about the work that Four Corners Main Streets does in the community. The organization supports the business district. Marvin Martin discussed issues relating to the evaluation of Four Corners and funding that Four Corners will receive in the near future. Residents voiced concern that residential parking stickers are important - when there is a commuter rail station in Four Corners, there will be more traffic. Officer Wallace Tilford discussed the prospect of organizing a community crime watch.


For more information, contact: Rupert Moore at 617.594.9376 or Marilyn Forman at 617.901.9658.