5 Things: West Roxbury Civic & Improvement Association Discussing Utility Work Tonight
Tonight West Roxbury Saves Energy presenting on how to Pay Less for Your Heating and Cooling at library.
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- Tonight the West Roxbury Civic and Improvement Association is meeting at 7 p.m. at St. Stephen's United Methodist Church. The scheduled agenda includes Mark Cardarelli and Tim McCarthy of the Boston Public Works Department discuss the utility work being done in the neighborhood and when streets will be repaved. This meeting is open to the public. $10 dues for membership to assocation.
- Tonight West Roxbury Saves Energy is presenting on how to Pay Less for Your Heating and Cooling about the latest technology for heating and cooling your home, known as TCC, or Total Climate Control—energy efficiency that saves you money. These systems are furnaces and air conditioners all in one that save energy and up to 60% on your utility bills. Find out how these systems work and how to have one installed by Next Step Living. Free and open to all. For more details visit westroxburysavesenergy.org. West Roxbury Library. 6:45-8 p.m.
- On Thursday night, Congressman Stephen Lynch, who is exploring a US Senate run, will be the guest speaker at the Ward 20 Democratic Committee meeting. 7 p.m. West Roxbury Pub Function Room, 1885 Centre St. The meeting is open to the public. Free.
- Click here to find where you can get a flu shot in West Roxbury.
- The city of Boston will pick up Christmas trees from Jan. 7-18. Click here for more info.
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