Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Dream Big on Thursday

Please join us for our next Planet Southie Meeting!
This Thursday April 25, 6:30pm - 7:30pm

Location: The Distillery Building 516 East 2nd St, South Boston

Now is a good time to take a step back and look at the big picture. We have all had a challenging week, which was ultimately triumphant as neighbors helped neighbors. The heart of our city was tested and is now stronger than ever. It feels good to come together in a spirit of building community.

Please come and share your hopes and dreams for a greener and healthier South Boston. We will create a positive vision to share with our neighbors, elected officials and others who can work together to improve quality of life for everyone. DREAM BIG!

Originally, we had been planning a candidates forum for this month's meeting. Due to the events of past week, the forum has been cancelled. Instead, we will come together to imagine the kind of neighborhood we want to live in and creative ways to get there. As you know, Planet Southie is an all volunteer organization made up of ordinary neighbors like you and me. Our efforts are determined by the pas
sion and energy of participants. Planet Southie is a platform for neighbors to connect, communicate and collaborate on the issues that matter most to US. We can't do it without you!

As always, all are welcome at Planet Southie! If you can't make it to the meeting, please share your dream here.


  1. It goes without saying that there are many MANY wonderful things about our neighborhood: community gardens, natural beauty, good people and so much more. Let's build on that!

  2. I dream of the yesteryear where neighbors looked out for one another and where kids of life long southie residents could afford to have their own place to raise their family in the neighborhood they grew up in. I dream of less overdeveloped land and more green trees or open spaces for grandkids to play in. I dream of less time searching for parking and more time with family. I dream that my neighbors would trade in their big Mercedes SUVs and Range Rovers for more reasonable and less gas guzzling cars.

    See you at the meeting!


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