Boston City Councilor Ed Flynn held a meeting with the leadership of the South Boston Neighborhood Associations & community stakeholders to discuss neighborhood concerns and the city budget. The meeting was held Monday evening at the Boy & Girls Club and included members of the Andrew Square, City Point, West Broadway, Fort Point and Dorchester Heights, and St. Vincent’s Lower End Neighborhood Association.
Flynn discussed the FY 2020 budget and issues related to Vision Zero and pedestrian safety, Moakley Park, public safety, transportation, clean streets and other quality of life concerns. “I’m happy to have had the opportunity to discuss these key issues that affect the residents of South Boston on a daily basis,” said Flynn. ”However, it is critical that we continue to maintain an ongoing dialogue about these areas of concern to help us all find ways to improve the quality of life for our residents.”
For constituent service matters, please contact Councilor Flynn’s office at 617-635-3452 or Ed.Flynn@Boston.Gov.