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Update: 45 Chelsea Street

Source: ERNANI DEARAUJO, ESQ.
East Boston Neighborhood Coordinator
Mayor's Office of Neighborhood Services

 
(East Boston, October 20, 2011) We started the week with around 70 displaced people from the apartments at 53, 45, 43, and 41-39 Chelsea Street. Everyone in need has been cared for and provided with food and support as needed. Thank you to all the restaurants in Eastie that have stepped up and especially to the East Boston Health Center for providing food vouchers and care packages for the many displaced children.

As of tonight, there are about 15 individuals still without a place to stay and we are placing them in a temporary shelter at the Paris Street Gym. Red Cross and the City are staffing the building (thanks Michael Sulprizio!). They need housing, so please let us know if you are aware of apartments in the area.

On Chelsea Street, debris is being removed this week and residents in the radius of the still standing buildings will be evacuated during the day while work is being done. About 40 impacted residents will be able to use a day room at the Paris Street Pool where they will have food, TV, and a place to rest.

This has been an extraordinary week in our neighborhood and we are so proud that we've come together to help our neighbors in need.

If you have any questions about how to help the families or the situation in general, please call Ernani DeAraujo (617 593 0418), the Mayor's East Boston Liaison, or Adrian Madaro, Rep. Carlo Basile's Chief of Staff (617 593 3641).



 

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