Sign Pickup Locations
“Thank You Mayor Menino” signs will be available Monday morning at 10:30AM at the following locations:
- 1 City Hall Plaza (First Floor Horseshoe)
- Suffolk University (73 Tremont Street)
- Cornwall’s (654 Beacon Street)
- Fenway Park (Gate D on Yawkey Way)
- Dudley Square Branch Library (65 Warren Street)
- Grove Hall Branch Library (41 Geneva Avenue)
- Four Corners Main Streets (157 Washington Street)
- Holland Community Center (85 Olney Street)
- Bowdoin Health Center (230 Bowdoin Street)
- St. Peter’s Center (278 Bowdoin Street)
- Mattapan Branch Library (1350 Blue Hill Avenue)
- Roslindale Square (4246 Washington Street)
- Menino Arts Center (26 Central Avenue)
10 Responses to “Sign Pickup Locations”
I went to see him today at 3:30 p.m., I’m from Puerto Rico and since he became a Mayor of tthe City of Boston I always hear people saying good things about his walking activities done as mayor of this great city, witch I always love in same way as he did..I never meet with him before, but as a deeply Democratic as I’m, I went to see him for give honor to whom honor deserve..R.I.P. Mr. Mayor Menino
I will miss you Sir. You made me proud to call you a friend. I always felt my home and city was well protected while you were on watch. I have had many conversations with the Mayor but the one I will always keep close to my heart was when I was told “keep your head up you will do good I know you will”. Thank you Sir because I did.
Thank you Lord and the Menino Family for giving Boston a great man.
God Bless Everyone
I never met him in person but I could tell that there was so much pride in his face and that he loved Boston so much. My heart felt condolences goes out to his family , from my family. RIP Mayor Menino
November 3,2014, on behalf of Latinos United in Massachusetts (LUMA) volunteers, members, we want to express our condolences to the family of the great that was to rest I miss Menino, you’ll always be in our hearts. Thank you for that legacy for everything that you did for our boston.
As someone who is interested in public policy, Tom Menino serves as a role model to me. He was pragmatic but for all the right reasons. Instead of being motivated by his own interests, his priority was always the people. We’ve lost a truly good person.
I have lived in the City for almost 20 years. I have 3 children that I am raising here. I am also a a Community Health Worker. I have meet Mayor Menino on numerous occasions, he was always so nice and kind hearted. When I heard he passed it was like a family member
had passed. He was not only a great Mayor but but such a great human being. We love and will miss you always.
THANKS SO MUCH MAYOR MENINO YOU DID SO MUCH FOR THE CITY OF BOSTON, YOUR A GREAT MAN, I WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER YOU….MAY YOUR PRECIOUS SOUL RIP FOREVER!!!
Thank-you for making Boston a world class city in addition to always keeping the regular people front and center. I met Mayor Menino and Mrs. Menino many times. I remember calling him once when he was my city counselor and he actually answered his own phone! Was at his last victory party night and it was so exciting. You were a blessing for Boston.
Boston now has a VERY special angel watching over her.. THANK YOU, Mr. Mayor you made this city better for us all. mest in peace, with love ❤
Thank you Mr. Mayor, you were one class act