Jamaica Plain Neighborhood Council, Tuesday, Feb. 25, 2020, 7:00 p.m., Farnsworth House, 90 South Street

Agenda

Election Kick-off Open House

1.     Introductions of members.

2.     Review/approve minutes of the 1/28/20 Council Minutes.

3.     Announcements.

4.     A presentation on her legislative agenda by Rep. Elugardo

5.     Committee reports/recommendations:

  • 5.1.  Zoning Committee: Report on the committee’s decision on the petition from: 1). 91 Green Street to construct an addition on the rear of the existing house to create an additional dwelling unit and a garage; 2). 84 Southbourne Road a rear one-story addition to single-family house;  3). 493 Walnut Avenue to construct new garage addition to new single-family dwelling.
  • 5.2.  Public Service Committee:  Report and recommendation that the Council VOTE to support the petition of Jamaica Mi Hungry LLC, doing business as “Jamaica Mi Hungry” at 225 Centre Street in Roxbury for a 7-Day Common Victualler All Alcohol License with a closing hour of 1:00am, a seasonal outdoor patio for 15 seats, and an entertainment license for three (3) TVs, with Ernie Campbell as manager, with the proviso that alcohol be served with food only.
  • 5.3. Housing & Development Committee: Report on the discussion by Save Doyle’s Group.
  • 5.4. Parks + Committee:  Report on Vision Plan for the Shattuck Campus on Morton Street as well as the Master Plan for Franklin Park.
  • 5.5.  Education Committee: Report on BPS Budget and Strategic Plan.
  • 5.6. Outreach Committee: Report on: 1). Updates to the JPNC website and brochure; 2). JPNC election.

6.     Community questions about the Neighborhood Council and the election

7.     New business.

8.     Adjournment.

Jamaica Plain Neighborhood Council & Committee Meetings, February 2020

Public Service Committee: Tuesday, February 4 at 7:00 pm at Curtis Hall 20 South Street.   On the agenda will be a request of Jamaica Mi Hungry LLC, doing business as “Jamaica Mi Hungry” at 225 Centre Street in Roxbury for a 7-Day Common Victualler All Alcohol License with a closing hour of 1:00am, with a seasonal outdoor patio for 15 seats, and for an entertainment license for three (3) TVs, with Ernie Campbell as manager.

Zoning Committee:  Wednesday, February 5 at Farnsworth House, 90 South Street.  On the agenda will be:  1). 91 Green Street to construct an addition on the rear of the existing house to create an additional dwelling unit and a garage; 2). 84 Southbourne Road a rear one-story addition to single-family house;  3). 493 Walnut Avenue to construct new garage addition to new single-family dwelling.

Outreach Committee:  Monday, February 10 at 6:30 pm at JP Licks, 659 Centre St.  On the agenda will be a discussion on the website, brochures and upcoming elections.

Parks + Committee:  Monday, February 10 at 7:30 pm at JP Licks, 659 Centre St.  On the agenda will be:

Education Committee: Wednesday, February 12 at 7:00 pm at JP Licks, 659 Centre St.  On the agenda will be: TBA.

Housing & Development Committee: Tuesday, February 18 at 7:00 pm.  On the agenda will be:  TBA.

Zoning Committee:  Wednesday, February 19 – CANCELLED

Jamaica Plain Neighborhood Council:  Tuesday, February 25, 2019 at 7:00 pm, at Farnsworth House, 90 South Street.  On the agenda will be: 1). A presentation on her legislative agenda by Rep. Elugardo; 2). Updates and recommendations from the committees; 3). An invitation to anyone in the community interested in running for the Council to ask questions of the Council.

Jamaica Plain Neighborhood Council Meeting, Tuesday, Jan. 28, 2020, 7:00 p.m. at Farnsworth House, 90 South Street

Agenda

1.     Introductions of members.

2.     Review/approve minutes of the 12/17/19 Council Minutes.

3.     Announcements.

4.     Committee reports/recommendations:

  • 4.1. Parks + Committee:  Report on the discussion of the vision plan for the Shattuck Campus Redevelopment at Franklin Park.
  • 4.2  Education Committee: Report and recommend that the Council members VOTE to continue the Education Committee as an Ad Hoc Committee with Trevor Wissink-Adams as Chair.
  • 4.3.  Zoning Committee: Report on the committee’s decision on the petition from: 1). 98 Forbes Street to confirm occupancy as a single-family residence and add a two-story;  2). 11 Halifax Street #2 to perform interior and exterior renovation of attic with installation of dormers and new exterior windows; 3). 35 Brookley Road/10 Stonley Road to demolish existing structure to erect a new 46 unit residential development); 4). 387-399 Centre Street to convert existing beauty salon to body piercing studio; 5). 3305 Washington Street to combine existing lots into one 9,378 sq ft lot and construct a four-story, mixed-use building with commercial space, fourteen residential units, and 12 parking spaces. 
  • 4.4.  Public Service Committee: Report on:  1).  A presentation on Soofa Signs, electronic bulletin boards proposed for the business district;  2).  A presentation on the proposed Columbus Avenue bus lane that will run from Walnut Avenue to Jackson Square.
  • 4.5. Housing & Development Committee: Report and recommendation: 1). to VOTE on an updated membership roster; 2). to VOTE on a letter to the BPDA to meet with the community regarding PLAN: JP/Rox.
  • 4.6. Outreach Committee: Report on: 1). updates to the JPNC website; 2). JPNC election.

5.     New business.

6.     Adjournment.