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West Roxbury Neighborhood Council meeting
The West Roxbury Neighborhood Council will hold its next meeting on Tuesday June 26th at 7:30 PM at the District 5 Police Station Community room at the Holy Name Rotary.
Marion Kelly, Jim Hennigan and Fred Gillis from the YMCA will discuss the upcoming expansion and fundraising activities planned for the near future. This is a big and exciting project which they will share with the community and answer any questions.
Also on the agenda, Anthony Ross, representing John Fortin and Paul Louderback from Rox Diner (1881 Centre St.) will discuss their plans to apply for a beer/wine license. John and Paul had expanded their West Roxbury operating hours to include dinner but had many patrons requesting beer/wine service with their meals and thus they determined that dinner was not viable without a limited (beer/wine) liquor license. John and Paul have a beer/wine license at their Newton location where the operating hours extend to 9PM. A similar extension of their family restaurant operations at the West Roxbury location with dinner/beer/wine until about 9PM is what is being sought.
All WRNC meetings are open to the public.
More About West Roxbury Police District E-5 Department
The West Roxbury Police Station is at the Holy Name Rotary and polices West Roxbury as well as neighboring Roslindale and a small part of Hyde Park.
The district is led by Capt. James Hasson and has a known reputation for being responsive to residents' concerns and questions.
The community room is used by several local groups and organizations regularly, including the Boy Scouts and the West Roxbury Neighborhood Council.
This is also a voting station for elections.
Other events here
- West Roxbury Neighborhood Council Meeting Tue, May 28, 7:30 pm–9:30 pm
- West Roxbury Neighborhood Council Zoning Committee Monthly, 7:30 pm