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Minority Black Business Expo | March 5

Minority Business Expo is launching their 3rd annual Minority Business Expo! Join them in this dynamic one day event to present your business, learn of business or to simply support a business! The day will consist keynote speakers, workshops, networking and much more...


When: Saturday, March 5at 12 PM - 5 PM

Where: 15 Talbot Ave. Boston, MA 02125


To RSVP Click Here !


Talbot-Norfolk Triangle Meeting | May 26

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After a month away, TNT is back and will meet again! Agenda below. All are welcome!


When: Tuesday, May 26th


Where: The Boston Project Ministries

15 Elmhurst Street, Dorchester

For more info: contact Paul Malkemes at paul@tbpm.org


6:45 PM: Snacks, Meet and Greet with Your Neighbors
6:55 PM: Law Enforcement Update / Police Report
- CSO Brewington and Sgt. Sousa from Boston Police B-3
7:05 PM: Syria Temple #31 Request to Obtain Liquor License
- Chaz R. Fisher, Esq.
Syria Temple #31, our community partner at 89 Norfolk Street, is looking for community support to obtain a full liquor license in order to rent their function hall for events. Hear more about their intent. At our June 23 meeting, we will vote on whether or not to write a support letter for their endeavor.
Let's Get Moving: Special Focus on Mobility in TNTCome see a new mural for New England Avenue unveiled!
Welcoming Bowdoin Bike School to TNT- Noah Hicks
The CWC Builders property on New England Ave. has been vacant for over a year. As part of our Eco- Innovation District Initiative, we invited The Bowdoin Bike School to rent this property as a neighborhood bike shop. Meet the owner and hear about his vision for a safer, more bike-friendly Codman Square. 
7:40 PM Codman Square Traffic Study Proposal - Liam Day

Codman Academy and Codman Square Health Center are advocating to the City of Boston for a neighborhood-wide traffic study, in light of traffic jams and a recent bicycle fatality on New England Ave. We will vote on whether or not to formally request the traffic study. There is a strong likelihood that following the study, changes to major roads in our neighborhood could be considered. TNT will remain in the process to ensure that our neighborhood is both safe and functional for  pedestrians, bicyclists and drivers.


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