Pasted below is a draft of the statement that the JPNC and Ad Hoc committee intend to deliver at the Whole Foods Community Forum on June 2nd. As in previous statements made by the JPNC - JP for All…Continue
JP For All received an invitation from the Jamaica Plain Neighborhood Council to submit recommendations of members for its Ad Hoc Committee charged with finding an alternative to the Whole Foods…Continue
Wanted to give everyone a quick update on our progress! We now have 402 City of Boston residents that have signed our petition. 370 of those are from Jamaica Plain. We also have a large number of…Continue
Wanted to give everyone a quick update on our progress!
We now have 402 City of Boston residents that have signed our petition. 370 of those are from Jamaica Plain. We also have a large number of supporters who are anonymous to me, but not the elected officials who see the emails. We feel strongly that looking at the numbers close to 59% of the 162 are from JP.
We currently have 158 fans on Facebook and 87 followers on our Twitter account. Not all are…Continue
I wanted to post another update as we come close to finishing our second week up and running.
Since launching on March 7th we have collected 396 signatures on the JPforAll online petition. 252 are from the City of Boston of which 227 are from JP!!! We have another 93 people who are anonymous to me, but the percentages indicate that a clear majority of those are City of Boston residents too. We now have 112 Facebook fans and have a Twitter account with 44 followers. Great…Continue
We just finished our first 48 hours with the JP for All movement and thought you might like to know some of the great things that have been happening over the last couple of days.
Our Facebook fan page now has 55 fans and a direct URL of www.facebook.com/jpforall
Our barely live website got an amazing update today. Supporters of JP for All translated the page and I was able to get our new…Continue