Mayor Thomas Menino announced plans to repave 45 miles of Boston roadways and repair 1,400 pedestrian ramps this summer on May 20, exceeding work done in 2012, the City’s most productive construction season in a decade.
The Chinese Progressive Association (CPA) received the Greenovate Award for their work on created access to weatherization jobs and services for the Chinese American community in Boston. CPA helped over 100 residents receive energy efficiency services and helped employ Chinese Americans as weatherization technicians to insulate and air seal people’s homes.
2013 posted street sweeping requests; Chinatown’s smaller roads to get cleaned, thanks to smaller street cleaning vehicles
Joanna Ning, a Josiah Quincy School sixth grader, was among the 41 students honored at the The Max Warburg Courage Curriculum’s 22nd annual Awards Luncheon, celebrating the exceptional courage of 41 sixth-grade students from Boston and surrounding communities on May 3.
Chinese American Vivian Shuh Ming Louie, professor at Harvard University and BCNC board member will read her new book Keeping the Immigrant Bargain at BCNC Wednesday, May 15.
The One Fund Boston and Administrator Kenneth Feinberg announced plans for two town hall meetings to share a draft distribution Protocol which is the outline of how initial funds will be distributed at the end of June and to solicit feedback from the public. The draft Protocol will be released this Monday morning, May 6, and copies will be made available at the meetings beginning that evening.