Jamaica Plain Neighborhood Council, Tuesday, Sept. 22, 2020 at 7:00 p.m

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1.         Introduction of members.

2.         Review of the minutes from the Aug. 25, 2020 JPNC meeting.

3.         Announcements.

4.         Maggie Owens, Planner for Boston Parks and Recreation Department, will present on the Parcel Priority Plan

5.         Representative Nika Elugardo will provide a brief policy update as well as discuss some of her district work, including her virtual backpack drive.

6.         Follow-up on the letter of limited, non-opposition for Apothca, Inc. to begin exploring the possibility of opening a recreational cannabis dispensary at 54 Hyde Park Avenue.

7.         Committee reports/recommendations:

  • 7.1. Public Service:  Report and recommend that the JPNC:  1). VOTE to support the petition of DLS Kitchen Inc., doing business as “Mangú Dominican Bistro” at 264 Hyde Park Avenue in Jamaica Plain for a change in hours of its 7-Day Common Victualler License from 8:00 am – 9:00 pm to 8:00 am – 1:00 am; 2). VOTE to support the petition of Burroughs Street Partners LLC at 7 Burroughs Street in Jamaica Plain to change the legal occupancy to include restaurant with #36A take-out use at this address, with the proviso that the take-out use will stay with the current business tenant at 7 Burroughs Street,1R,  Nicole Gunn, doing business as “CADA DIA Nutrition.”
  • 7.2.  Housing and Development:  Report on the Subcommittee on Net Carbon Zero Construction and recommend a VOTE on a letter supporting The Community Builders in their pursuit to find funding for the upcoming phase of redevelopment of the Mildred Hailey apartments.
  • 7.3. Zoning Committee:  Report on the recommendations of the committee for the proposals of: 1). 387-399 Centre Street to convert the existing beauty salon to a body piercing studio; 2). 68 South Street to change the use to allow a tattoo studio; 3). 34-36 Rossmore Road to demolish existing building at 34 Rossmore Road and construct two new three-family residences; 4).3227 Washington Street to convert existing two-family residence to a four-family residence and perform comprehensive interior and exterior renovations.

8.    New Business

9.    Adjournment.

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