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But after completing school, she found this basement studio at 18 Worcester Square at a price she could manage.
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18.729 SE 685 Tremont Street, South End Library Park:Continuation of application heard on 1/2/2018 regarding the replacement of the park hardscapes.
18.990 SE 231 Northampton St: Install new fence at front garden. (See also Administrative Review/Approval work below.
18.1003 SE 446 Shawmut Ave: At rear façade, construct new roof deck in place of existing deck.
· Rutland Sq. and Columbus Ave.
18.1013 SE 22 Claremont Pk.: At front façade repoint brick and repair sills, lintels, and steps including sidewalls in kind.
18.932 SE 521 Columbus Ave: At front façade repair damaged area of brownstone in kind.
18.996 SE 546 Columbus Ave: At front façade, replace 10 non-historic windows with JB Proper Bostonian true divided lite 2/2. Paint windows green to match existing.
18.1002 SE 19 Father Francis Gilday St. Unit 7M: At front façade replace 8 aluminum clad windows on seventh floor with 8 wood, double hung windows.
18.1027 SE 167 West Brookline St: Construct new roof deck.
18.934 SE 199 West Springfield St.: At front façade repoint brick; repair stone sills and lintels in kind.This article has 12 other Boston locations (Show)
18.750 SE 595 Harrison Ave: Continuation of violation heard on 2/6/2018 regarding the ratification of an unapproved access ramp.
18.975 SE 171 Warren Avenue: Proposed Work: Ratification of unapproved window installation.
18.935 SE 66 West Rutland Sq: Expand shed dormer at rear; add roof deck and access hatch (See also Administrative Review/Approval work below).
18.1033 SE 198-202 Warren Avenue: Restore existing non-historic first floor façade to resemble the original configuration.
18.1015 SE 79 Appleton St: Repair front steps in kind and paint to match historic color.
18.826 SE 91 Appleton St. Unit A: Remove and repair bricks on stoop sidewall in kind.
18.1025 SE 36 Dwight St: At front façade, repoint brick in kind. Replace existing vinyl windows with 2/2 wood windows. Restore existing historic door.
18.1025 SE 81 East Brookline St.: Dismantle and rebuild existing front stoop in kind
18.980 SE 47 Milford St: At front facade replace third and fourth floor non-historic windows (6) with double hung replacement windows.
18.1024 SE 128 Pembroke St: Remove and replace existing roof deck frame and deck boards. Extend roof deck by 7 feet.
18.943 SE 585 Tremont St: At front façade repoint mortar joints in kind.
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Garden Basics is filling up quickly! The classes are FREE but you must register at the link below. Learn basic techniques for gardening in raised-bed gardens and other small spaces. This workshop is required for all new Build-a-Garden applicants. Participants create a garden map, use the square-foot method, and learn from demonstrations of planting techniques. Choose one date. Facilitated by Nataka Crayton-Walker, professional gardener/farmer, and youth from The Food Project. Part of our Grow Well, Eat Well, Be Well 2018 workshop series. Questions? Contact Angel Araiza at email@example.com or 617-442-1322 x55
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Conference of the Birds is inspired by the epic storyline of the Persian literary masterpiece, a magnificent allegorical tale about the soul’s search for meaning that recounts the perilous journey of the world’s birds to the faraway peaks of Mount Qaf in search of divinity. Tickets & info: http://www.bcaonline.org/calendar/calendar-of-events/details/967-conference-of-the-birds.html This project is supported by a generous Building Bridges 2016–2017 grant from the Doris Duke Foundation for Islamic Art