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On March 11th, at 8 am, RVMS is putting together a discussion and Q&A with economic analyst, Peg Barringer of Fine Point Associates, about new info (including customer data and demographic trends) in Roslindale that can help your business! Also attending will be a special guest, District 5 City Councilor Tim McCarthy. If you're interested in coming, please RSVP here. We hope to see you there!
On Thursday, March 20th, at 7 pm at St. Nectarios Church, RVMS will hold its 2014 annual meeting. We'll be talking about upcoming efforts and this past year's accomplishments, including approval of the substation redevelopment project by the Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA), getting the substation listed on the National Registry of Historic Places, and raising money to install LED "blasters" for the "Traffic" sculpture by artist George Greenamyer.
Rockwell, Norman. Freedom of Speech. 1941-1943. Norman Rockwell Museum. Web.
Roslindale Village Main Street is offering Rozzie Bucks in $1, $5, $10, and $50 notes! We are also making Rozzie Bucks available for purchase at the RVMS office.
Think of it like buying a gift certificate to a mall -- except these Rozzie Bucks are the gift of shopping local in our Village.
Did you know you can buy great Roslindale Merchandise online?
Show your Rozzie Pride!
Are you a Globe subscriber? The Globe is starting its "GRANT" program in which non-profits can purchase ad space in the Globe through vouchers given to subscribers. Each voucher is worth $100 of ad space!
Stay on the lookout for your silver voucher in the mail, donate it to RVMS, and help share Roslindale with the whole city!
Two big developments are slated to start in early Spring: the re-design of Adams Park and the building plus renovation of the Substation Development project. Stay tuned for updates including construction timelines, photos of the construction process, interviews with project partners (including project managers and City Officials), and other commentary. To get started, check out the Current News webpage