Over 30 people attended the Northwood Civic meeting Tuesday night. Camera man from NBC channel 10 was also on hand. Tim Wisniewski represented the Frankford Civic association. Karen Phillips of Councilman Darrell Clarke’s office also attended.
One announcement of interest was that there will be a spaghetti dinner benefit this Saturday, January 23rd, at 5 PM in the gymnasium at St. Martins for the family whose home was destroyed in a fire at 957 Dyre Street.
The meeting was dominated by discussion of 4871 Roosevelt Boulevard which was purchased by Volunteers of America. As it turns out, the purchase was funded by a city agency, Community Behavioral Health. Barry Howell lead the discussion.
Below is a video of about 8 minutes with the highlights of the meeting.