5 Things You Need to Know Today: June 6
Boston City Council talking about how to get rid of cable television satellite dishes today.
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- The Boston City Council is expected to take a vote today on banning cable television satellite dishes in Boston, except for ones currently being used.
- Tonight you can take a Special Mixology Class at Blanchard's featuring gin and vodka made from Northern Raw Honey, elderflower and maple rums made from Caribbean cane and the very best all natural handmade local Limoncello peeled by hand. Buy tickets here. $15.
- Have you taken the BPS Student Assignment: Improving School Choice & Community Survey? Please take the survey here.
- Have to pay your Motor Excise tax? Want to first know what a motor excise tax is? Chapter 60A of Mass. General Laws "imposes an excise on the privilege of registering a motor vehicle or a trailer in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts." You can pay online here.
- For all friends, neighbors and parishioners, the St. George Orthodox Church's Lobster Dinner is on Friday, June 8, and reservations deadline is today (June 6). The menu: 2 boiled lobsters, baked potato, cole slaw, dessert and coffee. $22.95 for adults. Children are $15, younger than 12 get 1 lobster or fish. Sponsored by the St. George Orthodox Church of Boston Adult Fellowship. 5-7 p.m. Takeout orders will be available. Reservations must be made by calling Pat Ayoub at 781-326-6755 or Michel/Evelyn Easa at 617-266-0065. If a machine answers be sure to leave your name and number. Reservations required.