Newton Upper Falls Area Council

 

 

Members:


Anil Adyanthaya (President)
Maxine Bridger (Secretary)
Susan Huffman (Treasurer)
Julie Irish
Marie Jackson
Nina Kochs
Jen Kohl
Jack Neville
Jeff Riklin (Vice President)


Announcements

 

 

NEWTON UPPER FALLS AREA COUNCIL

AGENDA

Emerson Community Center

October 19, 2017

7pm

 

  1. Approval of Minutes from September Meeting

  2. Public Comment (5 minutes)

  3. Treasurer's Report (5 minutes)

  4. Traffic Calming Proposal for Ellis Street (10 minutes)

  5. Braceland Parking Lot Restrictions and Regulations Proposal (10 minutes) (Carol Stapleton)

  6. Area Council Election (5 minutes)

    1. Candidates on Ballot

    2. Write-In Candidates

  7. Village Day Treasury Recap (5 minutes) (Susan Huffman)

  8. Area Council Sponsored Candidate Events Update (5 minutes)

  9. Little Free Library Update (5 minutes)

  10. General Upper Falls News (5 minutes)

  11. Public Comment/Questions

  12. Adjourn

    The location of this meeting is wheelchair accessible and reasonable accommodations will be provided to persons with disabilities who require assistance. If you need a reasonable accommodation, please contact the city of Newton’s ADA/Sec. 504 Coordinator, Jini Fairley, at least two business days in advance of the meeting: jfairley@newtonma.gov or (617) 796-1253. The city’s TTY/TDD direct line is: 617-796-1089. For the Telecommunications Relay Service (TRS), please dial 711.

 

 

Annual Report of the Area Council (2016): Please Click HERE

Annual Report of the Area Council (2015): Please Click HERE

Annual Report of the Area Council (2014): Please Click HERE

Annual Report of the Area Council (2013): Please Click HERE

Annual Report of the Area Council (2012): Please Click HERE

 

Mission Statement:

The Newton Upper Falls Neighborhood Area Council is a legal entity of Newton city government. Its purposes are several: to facilitate communication between Newton Upper Falls residents and the City; to address issues of importance to Newton Upper Falls residents; and to support and foster pride in Newton Upper Falls through the sponsorship of various community activities.

Newton Upper Falls Area Council Map

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