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MAYOR WALSH, THE BOSTON FOUNDATION ANNOUNCE "MASSACHUSETTS UNITED FOR PUERTO RICO" FUND

For Immediate Release: Friday, September 29, 2017 Contact: Press Office, 617-635-4461 MAYOR WALSH, THE BOSTON FOUNDATION ANNOUNCE "MASSACHUSETTS UNITED FOR PUERTO RICO" FUND BOSTON - Friday, September 29, 2017 - Mayor Martin J. Walsh and the Boston Foundation today announced the creation of the Massachusetts United for Puerto Rico Fund. Hosted in partnership with the Latino Legacy Fund and civic leaders of Boston's Puerto Rican community, Massachusetts United for Puerto Rico will be dedicated to the relief and reconstruction of Puerto Rico and to support any Puerto Ricans arriving in Boston and the Commonwealth as a result of the destruction from Hurricane Maria. "Our thoughts and prayers co

Fall Legislative Update: Community Prosperity Through Behavioral Health By Representative Liz Malia

This legislative session, the Massachusetts Legislature is tackling criminal justice reform. Presently, our penal system is riddled with policies that ruin lives for non-violent offenses, do nothing to prevent future imprisonment, and make it nearly impossible for people to get and stay on a path to future success and employment. Back in 2010, many of you saw how complicated unpacking the issues that need reform can be, and it is no simpler as the legislature tries again to fix unjust laws. Taking on criminal justice reform requires us to have an honest conversation about race, economic opportunity, and access to behavioral healthcare. I'm considering all of these factors and more as I work

Casey Arborway Project Project Advisory – Temporary Closure of Arborway Road

Office Hours Thursday, September 28, 2017 5:30PM to 7:30PM Curtis Hall Community Center 20 South Street, Jamaica Plain The Casey Arborway Project will include information kiosks at 3 locations – at the entrance to Southwest Corridor Park on the north side of Arborway (Panel C), at the north main entrance to Forest Hills Station Lobby (Panel A & B), and at Shea Square (Panel D). These locations will include an area map and interpretive signage/ historical photography. Photographs that are possibilities for inclusion in the artwork on the kiosks at the north main entrance to Forest Hills Station Lobby and Shea Square will be available to view and comment on during office hours. They will

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