Chinatown Neighborhood Council looks at local safety

The Chinatown/South Cove Neighborhood Council met on August 18 for its monthly meeting to discuss new business approvals and keeping Chinatown clean, particularly alleys. The meeting was held at the Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association. The council suggested working with Boston’s licensing board so businesses must approval from the CNC on new proposals, so businesses maintain a healthy relationship with the community. The council proposed talking with the Boston city government and the Chinatown Safety Committee about involving the neighborhood council. The council discussed a Chinatown shooting that occurred August 17 on Edinboro Street, after four men were hospitalized. Boston police … Continue reading