The latest issue of the Funding Update is attached.
Also, the City of Boston is providing the following services to victims of the Marathon incident:
· Business & Resident Resource Center: Located at Boston Public Library, Copley Central Branch at 700 Boylston (Washington Room, enter Dartmouth Street entrance). Open 4/25 from 9AM-7PM, 4/26 from 9AM-5PM, 4/27 from 9AM-5PM, and 4/28 from 1-5PM. City Hall to Go is also open same hours as the resource center and is located at Blagden & Dartmouth streets.
· Claim Property from Scene: The Boston Police Department has outlined the plan to retrieve property from the incident site with extended hours Saturday 4/27. Details here: link
· Marathon Victims & Families: For victims and immediate family members in need of services, you may call 617-343-1373, or register for benefits form the One Boston Fund by clicking on the logo below.
“We are one Boston. We are one community. As always, we will come together to help those most in need. And in the end, we will all be better for it.” – Mayor Thomas M. Menino