Friday, April 24, 2015

The Spring 2015 ResiStat Schedule is Here

With an hour and a half you could squeeze in an episode or two of you favorite show or you could come to your neighborhood ResiStat community meeting where you'll have a chance to talk with your neighbors, elected officials, and City staff; get updates on what's going on in your neighborhood; and ask questions and make suggestions. And, unlike your favorite tv show, we'll provide pizza and snacks (although you want to get there earlier to make sure your favorite topping is still available).

Here's the full schedule:

SPRING 2015 ResiStat Meeting Schedule
Meetings run from 6:30 to 8 p.m., with refreshments at 6 p.m.
  • Ward 6 (greater Davis Sq. neighborhood): Thurs., Apr. 30, Velir Offices, 212 Elm St.
  • Ward 2 (south Union Sq., Perry and Lincoln Park neighborhoods, Beacon St. area): Mon., May 11, Argenziano School cafeteorium, 290 Washington St.
  • Ward 4 (Winter Hill, Ten Hills): Tues., May 12, Healey School cafetorium, 5 Meacham St.
  • Ward 7 (West Somerville, Teele Sq.): Wed., May 13, West Somerville Neighborhood School cafetorium, 177 Powder House Blvd.
  • Ward 3 (N. Union Square, Prospect Hill, Spring Hill, Central Hill): Tues., May 26, Somerville High School cafeteria, 81 Highland Ave.
  • Ward 5 (Magoun Sq., NE Ball Sq., Cedar & Lowell St. areas, NW Porter Sq.): Tues., June 2, Kennedy School cafetorium, 5 Cherry St.
  • Ward 1 (East Somerville, Assembly Sq.): Tues., June 9, East Somerville Community School cafeteria, 50 Cross St.
We can't wait to see you in your neighborhood!


  1. Please make sure there is a proper speaker/amplification system for the meeting at the Kennedy school. Last time, the HVAC was loud and the acoustics made it very hard for folks to hear.

  2. Hey I missed this spring conference. Actually in spring season we visited Hawaii to spend holidays over there. I also visited some meeting room. Actually I need to organize some meetings in Hawaii and it was the best opportunity to visit the meeting venues.


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