Codman Square

2009 Walk for Peace

2009 Walk for Peace

Participants in the 13th annual Mothers' Walk for Peace pass the Second Church of Dorchester on Sunday, May 10, 2009.

Meetings to develop action plan for 'Mid-Dorchester'

The Boston Redevelopment Authority (BRA) and the Department of Neighborhood
Development (DND) will be holding a series of community workshops and visioning
sessions for the Mid Dorchester Action Plan. The Action Plan is an initiative focused
on disposition of vacant DND property in and around the three business districts
of the Mid Dorchester Area: the Codman Square Business District, the Bowdoin-
Geneva Main Streets District, and the Four Corners Main Streets District.
This is the fi rst of two community workshop and visioning sessions  Read more

jeremy.rosenberger.bra@cityofboston.gov, 617.918.4431
Jeremy Rosenberger

Codman Square Health Campus

Codman Square Health Campus

An architect's rendering of the proposed new building. Courtesy HKT Architects

Codman Square Neighborhood Council

The Codman Square Neighborhood Council is an all-volunteer, grassroots group of community residents and partners seeking to improve living and working in Codman Square. We meet the first Wednesday of every month from 7 - 8:30 p.m. at the Great Hall 6 Norfolk Street Dorchester, MA 02124. For more information contact us at 617-822-8189 or visit us at www.codmansquarecouncil.org

617-822-8189
Cynthia Loesch

Codman Square pins hopes on stimulus for new center, school

Codman Square Health Campus: An architect's rendering of the proposed new building. Courtesy HKT ArchitectsCodman Square Health Campus: An architect's rendering of the proposed new building. Courtesy HKT ArchitectsAn ambitious $15 million plan to build a new health center and school in the heart of Codman Square could begin as soon as September if federal stimulus dollars earmarked for community health centers come through.  Read more

Promoting women's health in Codman Square

A profile of the non-profit Healthworks Fitness Center, by Neighborhood Network News.

A new take on Old Abe

Sebastian Louis, a junior at Codman Academy Charter Public School: Portrayed Abraham Lincoln at a President's Day ceremony held at the Massachusetts State House. Louis recited the Gettysburg Address as part of a special assembly in the House Chamber to mark Lincoln's 200th birthday. Pictured with Louis are State Senator Sonia Chang-Diaz and Donna Glick, the education director at the Huntington Theatre. Photo courtesy Huntington Theatre Company.Sebastian Louis, a junior at Codman Academy Charter Public School: Portrayed Abraham Lincoln at a President's Day ceremony held at the Massachusetts State House. Louis recited the Gettysburg Address as part of a special assembly in the House Chamber to mark Lincoln's 200th birthday. Pictured with Louis are State Senator Sonia Chang-Diaz and Donna Glick, the education director at the Huntington Theatre. Photo courtesy Huntington Theatre Company.

Community cross over DA's dismissal of organizer

The Suffolk County District Attorney's office is taking heat from residents for the abrupt firing of a Dorchester man who ran the Washington Street Corridor Weed and Seed Initiative. Adam Gibbons, coordinator of the Codman Square-based program for the last year, was unexpectedly sacked on Monday. The termination has outraged members of a grassroots board that helped to hire Gibbons.

Alison Carter-Marlowe, the interim chair of the initiative's steering committee, says that she and other officers were surprised when they learned of Gibbons' dismissal.  Read more

Four Corners could benefit most from action plan

The Boston Redevelopment Authority and the Department of Neighborhood Development began seeking input this week for the Mid-Dorchester Action Plan, a plan designed to attract developers to vacant lots in busy neighborhood shopping areas.  Read more