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Summer job registration for 15 - 18 year old teenagers is now open. Please see the announcement from Mayor Walsh for more information.
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Please take a moment to participate in The City of Boston census .
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Case: BOA-768730, Address: 844-846 East Third Street , Ward 6 Applicant: Patrick Mahoney, Esq
Case: BOA-692075, Address: 37 Farragut Road , Ward 6 Applicant: George Morancy, Esq
Case: BOA-719810, Address: 874 East Sixth Street , Ward 6 Applicant: George Morancy
Case: BOA-732946, Address: 38 P Street, Ward 6 Applicant: Nick ZaferakisThis article has 38 other Boston locations (Show)
Case: BOA-792717, Address: 262 Commonwealth Avenue , Ward 5 Applicant: Adam Gilmore
Case: BOA-772648, Address: 46 Hichborn Street , Ward 22 Applicant: Hichborn Partners LLC
Case: BOA-777271, Address: 606 Cambridge Street , Ward 21 Applicant: Nicholas Bouritsas
Case: BOA-792532, Address: 23-25 Chestnut Square , Ward 19 Applicant: Wim Dekok and Andrew Schiff
...condition of change of use of premises. Half of the Parking area, is located on 19-21 Chestnut Square and this relief has been granted by the Board of appeal October 4, 2016, BOA606476...
Case: BOA-786872, Address: 53 Orchardfield Street , Ward 15 Applicant: Kim Nguyen
Case: BOA-787985, Address: 12 Carson Street , Ward 13 Applicant: Ace One Investments, LLC by Eric Zachrison
Case: BOA-793541 Address: 21 Peverell Street , Ward 13 Applicant: Matthew St Peter
Case: BOA-756999, Address: 71-73 Brookley Road , Ward 11 Applicant: Laura Sylvan
Case: BOA-781676, Address: 1027 Tremont Street , Ward 9 Applicant: Daniel Toscano
Case: BOA-781815, Address: 50 Clapp Street , Ward 7 Applicant: NS AJO Holdings, Inc.
Case: BOA-787244, Address: 1410 Columbia Road , Ward 7 Applicant: 5528-1410 Columbia Road Boston LLC
Case: BOA-778326, Address: 8 Deady's Ln , Ward 7 Applicant: Timothy Johnson
Case: BOA-786275, Address: 53 G Street , Ward 7 Applicant: Douglas Drohan
Case: BOA-774880, Address: 123 G Street , Ward 7 Applicant: David Arrowsmith
Case: BOA-779357, Address:29-31 Ward Street , Ward 7 Applicant: 29-31 Ward Street LLC
Case: BOA-782775, Address: 28 F Street , Ward 6 Applicant: Douglas Stefanov
Case: BOA-754380, Address: 55-57 Brimmer Street , Ward 5 Applicant: John Pulgini
Case: BOA-754388, Address: 63-69 Brimmer Street , Ward 5 Applicant: John Pulgini
Case: BOA-754021, Address: 13 Concord Square , Ward 4 Applicant: Kamer Minassian
Case: BOA-791476, Address: 91-99 Causeway Street , Ward 3 Applicant: Smitesh Patel
Case: BOA-784142, Address: 283-285 Hanover Street , Ward 3 Applicant: Daniel Toscano
Case: BOA-773964, Address: 145 Corey Street Ward: 20 , Applicant: Kevin Dowd
Case: BOA-786629, Address: 40 Westmoreland Street, Ward 16 Applicant: Codman Square Neighborhood Development Corporation
Case: BOA-683450, Address: 15 Woolson Street , Ward 14 Applicant: Cecil Hansel
Case: BOA-617813, Address: 173 Humboldt Avenue, Ward 12 Applicant: John Samaan
Case: BOA-698906, Address: 9 Chelsea Street , Ward 1 Applicant: Linear Retail #18, LLC
Case: BOA-780523, Address: 28 Brier Road Ward: 20, Applicant: Ivan Hernandez
Case: BOA-777937, Address: 62 Durnell Avenue Ward: 20, Applicant: Charles Donovan
Case: BOA784868-, Address: 10 Newburg Street Ward: 20, Applicant: Michael Forde
Case: BOA-773840, Address: 25 Alaric Street Ward: 20, Applicant: Jack Rojas
Case: BOA-780322, Address: 55 McBride Street Ward:11 , Applicant: Mark Collins
Case: BOA-787555, Address: 1300-1304 Hyde Park Avenue Ward: 18, Applicant: Toward Independent Learning and Living, Inc
Case: BOA-785316, Address: 19 Burard Street Ward: 20, Applicant: Anthony Debenedictis
Case: BOA-794683, Address: 15 Gilmore Terrace Ward: 20, Applicant: Jay Walsh
Case: BOA-787403, Address: 15 Macullar Road Ward: 20, Applicant: Robert Wall
Case: BOA-790013, Address: 31 Willers Street Ward: 20, Applicant: Marc Joseph
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Last call at Quinzani bakery on Harrison ave at E Berkeley . I miss the smell of that bread 🥖 !
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This forum is tomorrow night
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Climate Ready South Boston meeting is March 6th. There is a lot of potential improvements to happen along our end of Fort Point Channel to prepare for this.
2 days ago
Community Preservation Forum hosted by City Councilor Ed Flynn Thursday 6-8PM. Share your input on the community and attend!
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Jimmy Flaherty Kick-off Breakfast Set for Saturday March, 3rd, 2018 The SBCA President Thomas McGrath is pleased to announce that on Saturday, March, 3rd 2018, at the Kick-off Break-fast, at the Seapoint Restaurant at 9:30AM. The Henry Knox Award Presentation will take place. Family, Friends and Neighbors are respectfully invited to attend this wonderful event. A $10.00 donation is requested at door to help off-set some of the costs. This year’s event will once again feature great music of Bob Fowkes and Curragh's Fancy. The event Chairman will be Suffolk County Clerk of the Courts Michael Donovan, who has always supported the fight to preserve the historical importance of Evacuation Day. “As returning President of the Association, it is an honor for me to once again appoint Mike to kick-off the festivities. His commitment and involvement with the SBCA and the entire community has been a tremendous asset to me and the Executive Board.” Said McGrath President McGrath also stated "It is an honor to recognize these individuals who dedicate their time and energy to the South Boston Community. I hope the community will join me and others on Saturday March 3rd to honor these individuals."Tickets can be purchased at the door for $10.00. This event sells out Annually so don’t get shut out ! This year’s Henry Knox Recipients are Laurie Linehan, Jimmy Cahill, Sean Connor, Jennifer Zablocki Evans and Dianne Horne. Check back next week for a short bio on their contributions to our great neighborhood.
The 7th annual Harpoon Shamrock Splash to benefit Save the Harbor/Save the Bay will be held on Sunday, March 11, 2018, at the BCYF Curley Community Center at M Street Beach in South Boston. This year, Save the Harbor plans to raise more than $50,000 to support free beach events and programs on the region's public beaches from Nahant to Nantasket. For just $25, participants can enjoy refreshing Harpoon beer, tasty treats, a terrific beach party and a chance to win round trip flights from JetBlue, terrific swag from Harpoon and other great prizes for best costume and biggest fundraiser. "There is simply no better way to celebrate the end of winter than with a quick dip in the cool clean water of Boston Harbor followed by a refreshing Harpoon and burgers on the beach with your friends" said Save the Harbor/Save the Bay's spokesman Bruce Berman, who has splashed each year since the event began. "Sure, you will be cold for a few minutes but the warm feeling you get from raising funds for a great cause will last all year long." The Harpoon Shamrock Splash began in 2011 to jump start free events and activities on the region's public beaches from Nahant to Nantasket. In 2017, the Harpoon Shamrock Splash raised more than $55,000 to support nearly 100 free concerts, beach festivals, sand raking competitions, and circus performances in Lynn, Nahant, Revere, Winthrop, East Boston, South Boston, Dorchester, Quincy and Hull. "We're grateful for the fact that we get to do what we do - make great beer - because of the support of our friends and neighbors. So when we have a chance to return the favor, especially with a group like Save the Harbor/Save the Bay, we're happy to do so." said Harpoon Brewery President Charlie Storey. "I'm not as happy about jumping in the frigid water - but, as Bruce says, the cause (not to mention the food and beers!) make it all worth it!" Save the Harbor plans to top last year's record and raise $60,000 to support free events and programs on the region's public beaches this year. Register online before the event at www.shamrocksplash.org for just $20, or register on the day of for $25. Registration includes a beer, a burger, a Harpoon Koozie, and the chance to win round-trip flights on JetBlue for best costumes and biggest fundraisers.* So start a team, invite your friends to join, and help Save the Harbor make a big splash on the beach in 2018.
Snowstorm predicted for Saturday night into Sunday - 3-6 inches - so I was really premature with the daffodils. Winter is going to stick around for awhile unfortunately.
Just a reminder - the February ASCA meeting is tonight at 6:30 at Washington Village. Happy Valentine's Day everyone ~
Help Clean up the South Boston Neighborhood Saturday, February 17-Sunday, February 25, 2018 Any time of your choice The streets and sidewalks are a mess! Please join local business owners and fellow residents in picking up trash around South Boston. You may join a group clean-up or simply sweep in front of your own home or business. Getting rid of litter is the goal, so, even if you have only a few minutes, please make an effort to pick up trash that you see around the neighborhood. If you need supplies, we can help! We are working with DPW to provide brooms and trash bags. Let us know when you are planning your clean-up. Once your trash is bagged, please contact the City of Boston by dialing 311 or using the 311 App for trash pick- up. Questions? Please contact : Councilor Ed Flynn email@example.com 617 635-3230 Donna Brown, South Boston NDC, 617 268-9610 Kathy Lafferty, South Boston Neighborhood House, 617 268-1619 Dyan La Rosa, The Beauty Bar Gino Provenzano, Boston Police/Neighborhood Resident Cathe Walsh, Cranberry Café Thanks for helping to beautify South Boston!
We have adjusted our meeting schedule and will be regularly meeting on the FOURTH Tuesday of the month, except April and December. Future meeting dates are: 2/27 3/27 4/24 5/22 6/26 7/31 8/28 9/25 10/23 11/27 12/18 *If any should change or not take place, we will send out notification. Our 2/27 meeting will be at 6:30PM at LaBoure Center. If you are not on our membership email list, please message your email info to be added on if you live in the St. Vincent's neighborhood. Thank you!
The "old" Broadway Bridge and Post Office in background.
We better start ordering new Silver Line Buses. "If the company creates 2,000 jobs, it will be eligible for about $46 million in state incentives, “the largest commitment ever made to a Springfield-based company,” according to the MassMutual news release. It is not receiving any incentives from the city of Boston, a source familiar with the project said."
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