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The Office of Community Affairs strives to maintain positive relations between Boston College and our neighbors. The director of Community Affairs, Bill Mills, is in frequent contact with community organizations, locally elected officials, and police and court personnel. The Office of Community Affairs also partners with community groups to improve the quality of life of residents in Allston, Brighton, and Chestnut Hill. For more information about Community Affairs, please explore the links below or contact our office.

 

NEWS

Neighborhood Improvement Fund Grant Ceremony 2016

Boston College Awards Close to $450,000 in Neighborhood Improvement Grant funding to six Allston-Brighton Organizations: Friends of McKinney Park & Boston Parks and Recreation Department , Boston Bikes & Boston Transportation Department, Boston Police-District-14, Allston-Brighton Veterans & Brighton Marine Health Center,  Friends of Chestnut Hill Reservation & Department of Conservation and Recreation and Brighton Main Streets.  Father Leahy and Mayor Martin Walsh presented  the checks on  January 15th at a ceremony in Gasson Hall and were joined by City Councilor Mark Ciommo , State Representative Kevin Honan, and Boston College Task Force Co-Chairs Jean Woods and Anabela Gomes.

 

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City of Boston Parks and Recreation Department

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Boston Transportation Department and Boston Bikes

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Boston Police Department, District 14

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Allston-Brighton Veterans, Department of Veterans Affairs, and Brighton Health Center

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Boston Department of Conservation and Recreation and Friends of Chestnut Hill

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Brighton Main Streets

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