WHERE THEY ARE: The candidateâ€™s schedules â€“ 7/2/09
Wondering where you can meet your favorite mayoral candidate? Want to high-five Sam Yoon? Collect Flaherty campaign handouts? The Lit Drop is now posting the public schedules of each candidate for mayor on a weekly basis. The agendas are provided by the Menino, Flaherty, Yoon and McCrea campaigns and laboriously pasted here by Lit Drop staff. There will be some editing for relevance. We here at the Dorchester Reporter canâ€™t guarantee the accuracy of the schedules, since plans change on the campaign trail at a momentâ€™s notice, but weâ€™ll do our best to keep it up to date. And without further ado, WHERE THEY ARE:
MAYOR THOMAS MENINO:
2:00 PM Tour of Enhanced Communications Interoperability Equipment for July 4th Weekend
116 Beacon St.
Fisher College - 1st Floor
Mayor Thomas M. Menino will visit the July 4th Command Center on the Esplanade and join Boston public safety personnel in reviewing the enhanced communications equipment there that increases interoperability between Boston Fire, Police, and EMS and State and National agencies. The equipment is compliant with the National Emergency Communications Plan and facilitates combined responses to public safety threats by multiple agencies.
COUNCILOR MICHAEL FLAHERY:
7-9am: JFK UMASS T Station Visibility
6-8:30pm: Monthly Community Meeting- Project Right 320 A Blue Hill Ave.
10am - 11am Deadline to send first 400 words about candidacy
12pm - 1pm Seniors meet at Saint Brendan's Church
Where: Saint Brendan's Church - 15 Rita Road - Dorchester Ctr, MA 02124
6pm - 8pm Jackson Square CAC meeting
Where: Julia Martin House - 90 Bickford Street - Jamaica Plain
7:30pm - 8:30pm Hyde Park Neighborhood Association
Where: E-18 police station on Hyde Park Avenue
COUNCILOR SAM YOON
Thursday morning, Sam will make constituent calls and prepare for the next weekâ€™s Council agenda in his City Hall office. He will then meet with reporters from the Jamaica Plain Gazette for an interview. Afterward, he will join with supporters for a visibility at the Arborway Rotary in Jamaica Plain at 5:30 p.m., followed by a neighborhood canvass.