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Demolition Delay application: Five commercial structures in Allston

The application is to demolish commercial buildings at 28 Penniman Road, 76-84 Braintree Street, 40 Rugg Road, 28-32 Rugg Road, and 10-10R Penniman Road in Allston.

The application is to demolish commercial buildings at 28 Penniman Road, 76-84 Braintree Street, 40 Rugg Road, 28-32 Rugg Road, and 10-10R Penniman Road in Allston.

The application is to demolish commercial buildings at 28 Penniman Road, 76-84 Braintree Street, 40 Rugg Road, 28-32 Rugg Road, and 10-10R Penniman Road in Allston.

The application is to demolish commercial buildings at 28 Penniman Road, 76-84 Braintree Street, 40 Rugg Road, 28-32 Rugg Road, and 10-10R Penniman Road in Allston.

    Demolition Delay application: Five commercial structures in Allston
    Boston Landmarks Commission (BLC) received a complete application from Kristina Vagen with The Michaels Organization to demolish the commercial buildings located at 28 Penniman Road, 76-84 Braintree Street, 40 Rugg Road, 28-32 Rugg Road, and 10-10R Penniman Road in Allston, MA 02134.
    https://www.boston.gov

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Wishing all of our followers and community me...

Wishing all of our followers and community members lots of love, appreciation, and chocolate today! <3

    Allston Brighton CDC
    Wishing all of our followers and community members lots of love, appreciation, and chocolate today! <3
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Allston Brighton CDC shared Brighton Main Str...

Mark your calendars for May 19!

    2018 Love Your Block spring cleanup
    Come join us for our annual cleanup in neighborhoods across the City of Boston. All groups and individuals must register! Registration will open March 1 and end April 27. After registering, your neighborhood contact will reach out to you with more information. Pickup and dropoff locations for tools Allston - (9 a.m.
    https://www.boston.gov

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Allston project’s revision a nod to artists

The changes follow community feedback to the Michaels Organization’s original plans for a 1.89-acre lot at 40 Rugg Road, near the MBTA’s Boston Landing commuter rail station.

    Allston project's revision a nod to artists
    Revised $107 million plans for two new six-story residential buildings in Allston now include eight affordable living units for artists among the 265 apartments, and gallery/artist work spaces.The changes follow community feedback to the Michaels Organization's original plans for a 1.89-acre lot at 40 Rugg Road, near the MBTA's Boston Landing commuter rail station.
    http://www.bostonherald.com

4 days ago

We're at the All Bright Community Center (128...

We're at the All Bright Community Center (1287B Comm Ave) with Senator Brownsberger for his #Allston Town Hall. Come by to speak with the Senator about topics of importance to you! We're here from 630p-830p #mapoli

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We're at 1287B Comm Ave with Senator Brownsbe...

We're at 1287B Comm Ave with Senator Brownsberger for his #Allston Town Hall. Come by to speak with the Senator about topics of importance to you! We're here from 630p-830p #mapoli

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4 days ago

Welcome to the first issue of my newest newsl...

Welcome to the first issue of my newest newsletter-"Office Window." As many of you know my office on Cambridge Street has served as a community posting board for many years. Its a great way to share information with the community and given me a chance to connect with the many people that stop to read about the latest news, volunteer opportunities, city services, and neighborhood events. I hope to use this newsletter similar to how I've used my office windows and to find a wider audience. You can still find all these postings at my office at 550 Cambridge Street, so feel free to stop by and say hello. Also please let us know if you have any upcoming events you would like us to include in this newsletter. https://mailchi.mp/659df9eb8fbc/office-window-newsletter-from-cambridge-city-councillor-toomey

    Office Window Newsletter from Cambridge City Councillor Toomey
    Welcome to the first issue of my newest newsletter-"Office Window." As many of you know my office on Cambridge Street has served as a community posting board for many years. Its a great way to share information with the community and given me a chance to connect with the many people that stop to read about the latest news, volunteer opportunities, city services, and neighborhood events.
    https://mailchi.mp

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Check out the first issue of my newest newsle...

Check out the first issue of my newest newsletter-"Office Window." As many of you know my office at 550 Cambridge Street has served as a community posting board for many years. It has been a great way to share information with the community on the latest news, volunteer opportunities, city services and neighborhood events. It has also given me a chance to connect with the many passerby's that stop to read the notices. I hope to use this newsletter similar to how I've used my office windows and to find a wider audience. You can still find all these postings at my office on 550 Cambridge Street and feel free to stop by and say hello. Furthermore let us know if you have any events or services that you think should be part of the newsletters.

    Tim Toomey
    Check out the first issue of my newest newsletter-"Office Window." As many of you know my office at 550 Cambridge Street has served as a community posting board for many years. It has been a great...
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BOSTON CITY COUNCIL NOTES – JANUARY 24th, 2018

Cambridge Street & Cambridge Terrace, Allston: Councilor Ciommo filed for recognition of Peter A. Simpson, who enlisted in 1941, was captured and died in POW camp.

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Marmion Street & Germania Street, Jamaica Plain: Councilor O’Malley filed for recognition of Dennis Leroy Morrill, who was stationed in Vietnam during the Vietnam War, serving in the 101st air division, and died honorably as a Private First Class fighting for his country in 1970.

    Boston City Council meeting
    Welcome back to Boston City Council business! Technically today was our second meeting of the year, after the ceremonial reconvening immediately after Inauguration. The Boston City Charter requires that newly elected Councilors are sworn in on the first Monday of each term, with the Council meeting to follow at 12pm that day.
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Feb 06

Allston Brighton CDC shared their album.

It's not #ThrowbackThursday just yet but we're feeling nostalgic. Thanks RE Photography for these All Bright Night 2017 photos and to Warrior Ice Arena for hosting the event!

    Allston Brighton CDC
    Thanks to RE Photography for the photos!
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