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Emergency (?) on K


Dr. Robert Stern Shared Reasons for Hope at Quincy COA Dr. Robert Stern, Director of the Clinical Core of the Boston University Alzheimer’s Disease Center & Director of Clinical Research for the Boston University CTE Center, gave a presentation titled “Reasons for Hope” at the Quincy Council on Aging on October 2nd. At this event, sponsored by Standish Village Assisted Living and Compass on the Bay, Dr. Stern shared the basics of Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias, the latest updates from BUADC’s cutting-edge research, and the latest in Alzheimer’s prevention. You can learn more about Dr. Stern and BUADC’s work at]

No, that’s not a fire engine or ladder. And it’s not a crane or a power company repair truck. No, it’s a sewage pumper at work on K Street. South Boston Online will say no more about that recent emergency, except to ask, “Why do these emergencies always seem to happen at night?”

Public Meeting

[Attendees were treated to a Brain Healthy Cooking lunch, a program offered at both Standish Village and Compass on the Bay. You can learn more about this Mediterranean-inspired nutrition program at www. Picture above: Shari Sweeney, Program Director at Compass on the Bay.]

45 L Street Thursday, October 25

646 E Broadway

6:30 PM - 8:00 PM

South Boston Branch Public Library South Boston, MA 02127

Project Proponent: 45 L Street. LLC

Project Description: Developer 45 L Street, LLC is requesting a Notice of Project Change from condominiums to rental. The project containing 30 residential units was originally approved by the Boston Redevelopment Authority in October 2014.

mail to:

phone: email:

John Campbell Boston Planning & Development Agency One City Hall Square, 9th Floor Boston, MA 02201 617.918.4282

Close of Comment Period: 11/2/2018


Teresa Polhemus, Executive Director/Secretary

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