The Oak, street trees, and more on agenda for 3/6 NBHC meeting

This site on Beacon Avenue is soon to be The Oak, a bar/restaurant. Photo by Wendi Dunlap.

The Oak, the new restaurant/bar to open on Beacon Avenue, is among several topics to be discussed at the next meeting of the North Beacon Hill Council on Tuesday March 6, 7 p.m. at the Beacon Hill Library.

Here’s the agenda for the March meeting:

  • 7:00 Hello and welcomes
  • 7:10 Dylan Ahearn and Devor Barton: Tree planting on pedestrian/bike paths
  • 7:25 Triangle Park neighbors re: proposed tavern/restaurant
  • 7:50 Dee Dunbar: Need for help! Lewis Park
  • 8:00 Other announcements and community concerns, including changes to the Jefferson Park Golf Clubhouse
  • 8:30 Executive Board meeting to vote on letter concerning new restaurant/tavern

All in the community are welcome to attend and participate.

You may want to mark your calendar as well for the April 3 meeting, which will focus on the grand opening of Jefferson Park and the proposed development of the corner lot at 17th and McClellan, the light rail station block.

One thought on “The Oak, street trees, and more on agenda for 3/6 NBHC meeting”

  1. Crud! Doesn’t look as though I’m going to make it to the meeting tonight. If anyone from the blog staff is going, could you please do a quick writeup later for those of us who missed out?

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