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Discussed Pedestrian Safety, Quality of Life Issues

BOSTON – In the last two weeks, Boston City Councilor Ed Flynn attended the monthly neighborhood association meetings for three different civic groups in South Boston – the St. Vincent’s Lower End Neighborhood Association, the Andrew Square Civic Association, and the Cityside Neighborhood Association. Topics of discussion centered on significant issues in our community that affect the everyday lives of our residents; including pedestrian safety, development proposals and feedback from neighbors and abutters, and public safety with police reports from Boston Police officers at C-6.

“It is critical for my staff and I to continue attending the monthly meetings for every civic group in South Boston, so that we can advocate effectively on behalf of our neighbors,” said Councilor Flynn. “I will continue to work closely with our civic leaders, neighbors and abutters to ensure that we are providing strong leadership on quality of life issues, accurate feedback from the people of South Boston at City Hall when it comes to development issues at the ZBA, and working closely with the Transportation Dept. or Boston Police on pedestrian and public safety.”

For more information, please contact Councilor Flynn’s office at 617-635-3203 or [email protected].

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