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South End Landmark District Commission

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18.1437 SE           610 Tremont Street Proposed Work: Amendment to application heard on 3/6/2018 construct a storefront; relocate door to opposite side.

18.1355 SE           24 Braddock Park Proposed Work: At front façade, level one and two replace 5 two over two wood windows with 5 two over two Old Bostonian wood windows.

18.1383 SE           24 Braddock Park Proposed Work: At front façade, replace handrail between 24 and 26 Braddock Park. Add railing to stringer at left side of stoop.

18.1390 SE           3 Concord Square Proposed Work: At front façade, restore iron fence in kind.

18.1420 SE           159 West Newton Street Proposed Work: At front façade on garden level and floors 1, 2; replace 7 historic 2 over 2 wood windows, with 7 Old Bostonian wood 2 over 2 windows.

18.1442 SE           2 San Juan Street Proposed Work: Demolish and dispose of non-historic rear garage addition. 

18.1458 SE           35 Concord Square Proposed Work: At front façade on all levels replace windows. (See Additional Items in Administrative Review).

18.1461 SE           552 Tremont Street Proposed Work: At front façade street level, remove existing storefront plate glass windows and replace with operable windows.

18.1463 SE           19 Worcester Street Proposed Work: At rear façade facing a public way, construct a one story brick wall with an overhead garage door. Install a black iron fence in remaining opening.

18.1467 SE           230 Shawmut Avenue Proposed Work: At Peter’s Park perform the following improvements:

18.1425 SE           587 Albany Street Proposed Work: Demolish existing structure and erect a new 6 unit residential dwelling.

18.1462 SE           540 Albany Street Proposed Work: Demolish existing non-contributing structure and erect 4 new commercial buildings with public space.

18.1385 SE           53 Chandler Street: At front façade second floor replace 4 existing aluminum windows with aluminum clad windows. The windows will be 2 over 2 for large windows and one over one on side angled windows.

18.1398 SE           408 Columbus Avenue: Replace rubber roof and sky light in kind. At front façade, install copper flashing.

18.1455 SE           42 Concord Square: At front façade first floor, replace 5 aluminum windows with new wood clad windows. The full-size front facing windows will be 2 over 2; the side light, small windows will be 1 over 1.

18.1456 SE           18-20 East Springfield Street: At front façade mansard level, replace 8 aluminum windows with new wood clad windows. The 4 full-size front facing windows will be 2 over 2; the 4 side light, small windows will be 1 over 1.

18.1426 SE           419 Massachusetts Avenue: At front façade repair exterior foundation wall.

18.1466 SE           474 Massachusetts Avenue: At front façade 3rd floor, replace 3 non-historic wood 2 over 2 windows in kind.

18.1459 SE           53 Rutland Street: At front façade repoint exterior masonry, replace all non-historic wood windows in kind, restore existing wood work around windows and doors, restore existing front door, open existing light well, and restore cornice (See Additional Items in Design Review).

18.1431 SE           80 Rutland Street: At front façade replace asphalt shingles in kind.

18.1460 SE           613 Tremont Street: At front façade 2nd floor, replace 3 aluminum, 2 over 2 windows with wood, 2 over 2 windows.

18.1446 SE           690 Tremont Street: At front façade spot repair cracks on steps and pathway to lower level units. Repaint steps and railing in kind.

18.1424 SE           131 Warren Avenue: At front façade repair dormer in kind.

18.1508 SE           1723 Washington Street: At front façade spot repoint brick in kind, Reset existing windows in kind, at top level, replace two non-historic windows in kind. Replace 1 sliding door in kind. Repaint cornice in kind.

18.1333 SE           154 West Canton Street: At front façade repair lintels and sills in kind. Repair copper gutters in kind, repair/restore front steps to original tread profile. Repair sandstone pediment in kind. Remove alarm box.

18.1430 SE           194 West Canton Street: At front façade install new radius copper gutter and copper ledge metal in kind.

18.1422 SE           15 Worcester Street: At front façade install new double sided blade sign using the same hanging hardware as previous sign. Replace existing white vinyl letters with new letters to read “COOLIDGE YOGA.”

18.1387 SE           1317 Washington Street: At front façade install new double sided blade sign using the same hardware as previous sign.

    South End Landmark District Commission
    II. DESIGN REVIEW HEARING 18.1437 SE 610 Tremont Street Proposed Work: Amendment to application heard on 3/6/2018 construct a storefront; relocate door to opposite side. 18.724 SE 89 Union Park Proposed Work: Continuation of application heard on 2/6/2018 to replace existing double doors with single door flanked by sidelights.
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42 hours ago

Democracy Brewing Will, Fittingly, Open on the Fourth of July

Democracy Brewing (35 Temple Pl., Boston) is set to open its doors in Downtown Boston, and will do so on the Fourth of July. It will operate as a cooperatively-owned company where workers have a stake — and a say — in the business.

    Democracy Brewing Will, Fittingly, Open on the Fourth of July
    Democracy Brewing (35 Temple Pl., Boston) is set to open its doors in Downtown Boston, and will do so on the Fourth of July. It will operate as a cooperatively-owned company where workers have a stake - and a say - in the business.
    https://boston.eater.com

43 hours ago

OFFICE OF FAIR HOUSING AND EQUITY MEETING

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    OFFICE OF FAIR HOUSING AND EQUITY MEETING
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Five Reasons to Leave the House This Weekend

Free, Friday, 6 p.m., City Hall Plaza, 1 City Hall Square, Boston, boston.gov.

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$11+ for individual screenings, through June 30, Museum of Fine Arts, 465 Huntington Ave., Boston, roxburyinternationalfilmfestival.com.

$70+, Saturday and Sunday, 7:30 p.m., Blue Hills Bank Pavilion, 290 Northern Ave., Boston, raylamontagne.com.

$30+, Saturday, 12 p.m., Harvard Murr Center, 65 North Harvard St., Allston, tasteofallston.com.

$44+, Saturday, 7:30 p.m., Wang Theatre, 270 Tremont St., Boston, bochcenter.org.

    Five Reasons to Leave the House This Weekend
    Including the Roxbury International Film Festival, roller disco on City Hall Plaza, and more. FILM Roxbury International Film Festival The Roxbury International Film Festival is back for its 20th year on its mission to "celebrate and present more diverse images of people around the world."
    https://www.bostonmagazine.com

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City Council Committee on Government Operations Hearing on Docket #0240

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    City Council Committee on Government Operations Hearing on Docket #0240
    A hearing to explore the possibility of allowing non-U.S. citizens to vote in municipal elections. The Chair of the Committee is Councilor Michael Flaherty and the sponsor is Councilor Andrea J. Campbell. Docket #0240 Order for a hearing to explore the possibility of allowing non-U.S.
    https://www.boston.gov

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Board of appeal hearing

Case: BOA-464137, Address: 20 Ashburton Place, Ward 3 Applicant: Faros Properties

Case: BOA-801566  Address: 24-44 Kneeland Street  , Ward 3  Applicant: Albert Li

Case: BOA-833291, Address: 279-281 Hanover Street   Ward: 3 , Applicant: Anthony Virgilio

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Case: BOA-506994, Address: 24-26 Falcon Street, Ward 1 Applicant: Albert J Legee

Case: BOA-615910, Address: 55 West Fifth Street, Ward 6 Applicant: Marc LaCasse, Esq

Case: BOA-834289 Address: 91 Westland Avenue  , Ward 4 Applicant: Parkside Tower LLC (by Forest Properties Management Inc)

Case: BOA-789186  Address: 40 Rugg Road  , Ward 22 Applicant: Rugg Realty Trust by Rugg Road USL, LLC

Case: BOA-789187 Address: 80 Braintree Street  , Ward 22 Applicant: Braintree Realty Trust by Rugg Road USL, LLC

Case: BOA-799949 Address: 183 Savannah Avenue  , Ward 18 Applicant: Bertram Williamson

Case: BOA-799951 Address: 185-187 Savannah Avenue  , Ward 18 Applicant: Bertram Williamson

Case: BOA-821990 Address: 83 Dakota Street  , Ward 17 Applicant: Gideon Davis

Case: BOA-803716 Address: 241-243 Gallivan BLVD  , Ward 17  Applicant: Hermitao Rosa

Case: BOA-740765 Address: 12 Bloomington Street  , Ward 16 Applicant: Timothy Johnson

Case: BOA-740771 Address: 13 Mckone Street   , Ward 16  Applicant: Timothy Johnson

Case: BOA-740773 Address: 15 Mckone Street  , Ward 16 Applicant: Timothy Johnson

Case: BOA-812643 Address: 82 Woodrow Avenue  , Ward 14 Applicant: Boston Housing Stabilization LLC

Case: BOA-812644 Address: 86 Woodrow Avenue   , Ward 14 Applicant: Boston Housing Stabilization LLC

Case: BOA-812645 Address: 97 Woodrow Avenue   , Ward 14  Applicant: Boston Housing Stabilization LLC

Case: BOA-814983 Address: 36 Brookford Street   , Ward 13 Applicant: Robert Bulger

Case: BOA-804162 Address: 35 Nazing Street  , Ward 12 Applicant: Arthur Grupee

Case: BOA-803885  Address: 24 Westminster Avenue   , Ward 11Applicant: Troy Depeiza

Case: BOA-817801 Address: 16 Marmion Street  , Ward 11 Applicant: John Pulgini

Case: BOA-817843 Address: 165 Boylston Street   , Ward 11 Applicant: 165-167 Boylston Street, LLC

Case: BOA-802831 Address: 114 Hampden Street  , Ward 8 Applicant: Stan Walczak

Purpose: Propose 20 ancillary off-street parking for ALT660762 - 11 Newcomb Street. Giving ERT552590 - 1 Newcomb Street 362 SF to build a separate residential building.

Purpose: Propose 20 ancillary off-street parking for ALT660762 - 11 Newcomb Street. Giving ERT552590 - 1 Newcomb Street 362 SF to build a separate residential building.

Case: BOA-670793 Address: 1900 Washington Street  , Ward 8 Applicant: Daniel Toscano

Purpose: Existing 9-Units Residential and 1 Commercial Space. Giving 1 Newcomb Street 960 SF to build a separate residential building. Application to document overhang and means of egress to travel through proposed ERT552590 - 1 New-comb St (4'-0" passageway removed).

Case: BOA-815193 Address: 1808 Columbia Road  , Ward 7 Applicant: Robert Swirbalus

Case: BOA-827009 Address: 111 B Street  , Ward  6 Applicant: Steven Petitpas

Case: BOA-814954 Address: 375 Silver Street  , Ward 6  Applicant: Andrew Ruggiero

Case: BOA-822711 Address: 719-721 East Second Street  , Ward 6 Applicant: Timothuy Sheehan

Case: BOA-813877  Address: 441-445 Hanover  , Ward 3 Applicant: Anthony Virgilio

Case: BOA-821741 Address: 15 Snow Hill Street  , Ward 3 Applicant: Daniel Toscano

Case: BOA-826885 Address: 60 Chappie Street  , Ward  2 Applicant: Jesse MacDonald

...single family detached dwelling as filed on ERT794172 and Lot B shall be known as 486-490 Medford Street  for an attached three family townhouse unit designed building filed under ERT794188

Case: BOA-825473 Address: 173-177 Maverick Street   , Ward  1 Applicant: Maverick Orleans, LLC

...retail spaces and 6 residential units to 1 retail space and 9 residential units See 175 Maverick St. ALT810520 and 177 Maverick St ALT810521, this building to be know as 173-177 Maverick...

...units to 1 retail space and 9 residential units See 175 Maverick St. ALT810520 and 177 Maverick St ALT810521, this building to be know as 173-177 Maverick St. Add a 4th Story...

Case: BOA-745475, Address: 128 Selwyn Street  Ward: 20 , Applicant: David Knudsen

Case: BOA-790909, Address: 15 Whitford Street, Ward 18 Applicant: Patrick Mahoney

Case: BOA-807056, Address: 115 Wheatland Avenue  , Ward  17 Applicant: Oxbow Urban LLC

...be subdivided into two equal sized lots where the right side lot will be considered 113 Wheatland Ave and the left side lot will be considered 115 Wheatland Ave. A Single Family attached...

Case: BOA-807998, Address: 141-143 Glenway Street  Ward: 14, Applicant: Oxbow Urban LLC

Case: BOA-807044, Address: 12 Lorne Street  , Ward 14  Applicant: Oxbow Urban LLC

Article(s): 60(60-9: Lot width insufficient, Lot frontage insufficient & Building height (# of stories) excessive) Purpose: 21 Angell St, Ward 14 for the terms of the Boston Zoning Code (see Acts of 1956, c. 665) in the following respect: Variance Article(s): 10(10-1)

...attached Home with a party wall located on the lot line between 12 Lorne and 14 Lorne St. This project is apart of the City of Boston's Department of Neighborhood Development (DND...

Case: BOA-708918, Address: 32 Hartwell Street, Ward 12 Applicant: Timothy Johnson

Case: BOA-708914, Address: 34 Hartwell Street, Ward  12 Applicant: Timothy Johnson

Case: BOA-794165 Address: 1948-1950 Washington Street  , Ward 8 Applicant: Michael Ahern

Case: BOA- 735236 Address: 75 G Street , Ward 7 Applicant: Douglas Stefanov

Case: BOA-749878, Address: 76 Easton Street , Ward  22 Applicant: T-Mobile Northeast, LLC

Case: BOA-814496, Address: 72 Montgomery Street  Ward: 4 , Applicant: Jeffrey Klug

Case: BOA-834570, Address: 550 East Seventh Street  Ward: 7, Applicant: Tommy Noto

Case: BOA-817264, Address: 33-39 South Huntington   Ward:10 , Applicant: Douglas George

Case: BOA-827023, Address: 33 Lawley Street  Ward: 16, Applicant: John Pokolske

Case: BOA-827845, Address: 38-42 Hyde Park Avenue  Ward: 19, Applicant: Margaret Pimentel

Case: BOA-833400, Address: 23-25 Chestnut Square  Ward: 19 , Applicant: Wim Dekok

Purpose: Off-Street Parking for 1 Car to be used by 19 - 21 Chestnut Square.

Case: BOA-819905, Address: 160 Russett Road,  Ward: 20, Applicant: Tomasz Adach

Case: BOA-824678, Address: 301-303 Corey Street  Ward: 20 , Applicant: Michael Kelly

Case: BOA-807547, Address: 211 Roslindale Avenue  Ward: 20, Applicant: Erin Doherty

Case: BOA-806508, Address: 69-71 Fayston Street   Ward: 14 , Applicant: Vargas Dasilveira

    Board of appeal hearing
    The board will hold a hearing on June 26, 2018 at 9:30 a.m. APPROVAL OF HEARING MINUTES: June 12, 2018 EXTENSION: 9:30a.m. BOARD FINAL ARBITER: 9:30a.m. GCOD: 9:30 a.m. Article(s): 32(32-9) Purpose: Amend ALT542200 lowering concrete slab. CALL OF THE CHAIR:12:00Noon. Article(s): 9(9-2) 51(51-8) Purpose: Change of Occupancy to include Wireless Telecommunications Facility.
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Residents Lack Access to Primary and Specialty Care

While Massachusetts has led the nation with health care reform, residents of the Commonwealth continue to lack basic access to primary and specialty care across the state. Poor patient access to care, an uncontrolled opioid epidemic and rising healthcare costs together present a perfect storm.  Many states however, have been proactive about removing practice barriers to increase access to NP driven care.

    Residents Lack Access to Primary and Specialty Care
    While Massachusetts has led the nation with health care reform, residents of the Commonwealth continue to lack basic access to primary and specialty care across the state. Poor patient access to care, an uncontrolled opioid epidemic and rising healthcare costs together present a perfect storm.
    http://beaconhilltimes.com

3 days ago

Kingsley Montessori Graduation

Dorothy Elizabeth Russell and Ceva Gabrielle Stanley embrace and remember some great memories from elementary school during the Kingsley Montessori School graduation on Thursday, June 13, in the Back Bay Events Center. Graduates were encouraged by Kingsley alumnus Max Aboko-Cole, who delivered the alumni address, and is now a student at American University.

    Kingsley Montessori Graduation
    Dorothy Elizabeth Russell and Ceva Gabrielle Stanley embrace and remember some great memories from elementary school during the Kingsley Montessori School graduation on Thursday, June 13, in the Back Bay Events Center. Graduates were encouraged by Kingsley alumnus Max Aboko-Cole, who delivered the alumni address, and is now a student at American University.
    http://beaconhilltimes.com

3 days ago

Letters to the Editor

My vote in support of Mayor Walsh’s Short Term Rental Ordinance

    Letters to the Editor
    My vote in support of Mayor Walsh's Short Term Rental Ordinance Dear Editor: "Last night, along with many of my colleagues, I attended a 'Make Boston Affordable!' community meeting and rally at the Boston Teachers Union co-sponsored by MAHA and the GBIO.
    http://beaconhilltimes.com

3 days ago

Charles River Watershed Association Welcomes New Executive Director

The Charles River Watershed Association announced that it has named Emily Norton, who is currently director of the Massachusetts Chapter of the Sierra Club, as CRWA’s new executive director. She succeeds longtime CRWA Executive Director Bob Zimmerman.

    Charles River Watershed Association Welcomes New Executive Director
    The Charles River Watershed Association announced that it has named Emily Norton, who is currently director of the Massachusetts Chapter of the Sierra Club, as CRWA's new executive director. She succeeds longtime CRWA Executive Director Bob Zimmerman. Norton, of Newton, brings widespread experience in both politics and environmental advocacy to CRWA.
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3 days ago

City Council Adopts Amended Short-Term Rental Ordinance:Eliminates Investor Units, Leeway on Owner-Occupants

The Boston City Council voted late Wednesday afternoon to adopt Mayor Martin Walsh’s amended short-term rental ordinance by a vote of 11-2, eliminating the controversial investor units that have been described as “de facto hotels,” but also giving some new leeway to owner-occupants to rent out their units for short-term platforms.

    City Council Adopts Amended Short-Term Rental Ordinance:Eliminates Investor Units, Leeway on Owner-Occupants
    The Boston City Council voted late Wednesday afternoon to adopt Mayor Martin Walsh's amended short-term rental ordinance by a vote of 11-2, eliminating the controversial investor units that have been described as "de facto hotels," but also giving some new leeway to owner-occupants to rent out their units for short-term platforms. "We have eliminated the investor units that are putting pressure on our housing market, and we're also allowing this industry to operate and grow," said Councilor Michael Flaherty, who chaired the committee that looked at the new effort.
    http://beaconhilltimes.com

3 days ago

Emerald Necklace Conservancy to Celebrate 20 Years with Art Exhibition

The Emerald Necklace Conservancy turns 20 this year, and to celebrate, they have proposed a 12-week art exhibition in the parks. This is one of three initiatives the Conservancy is pursuing to honor the anniversary.

    Emerald Necklace Conservancy to Celebrate 20 Years with Art Exhibition
    The Emerald Necklace Conservancy turns 20 this year, and to celebrate, they have proposed a 12-week art exhibition in the parks. This is one of three initiatives the Conservancy is pursuing to honor the anniversary. Exhibition Curator and Project Manager Jen Mergel presented the proposal at a Boston Art Commission hearing on June 12.
    http://beaconhilltimes.com

3 days ago

Police Briefs 06-19-2018

Beacon Hill Beat

    Police Briefs 06-19-2018
    Beacon Hill Beat From Boston Police Area A-1 Assault and Battery 06/03/18 - A Charles Street restaurant worker reported another employee assaulted him at around 4 p.m. The supervisor said the victim got into a verbal altercation with an employee over doing his side work before it escalated into a physical assault.
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3 days ago

Beacon Hill Civic Association Community Corner

SUMMER EVENING AT OTIS HOUSE THIS THURSDAY

    Beacon Hill Civic Association Community Corner
    SUMMER EVENING AT OTIS HOUSE THIS THURSDAY Get your tickets online at www.bhcivic.org or call the BHCA office at 617-227-1922. The Beacon Hill Civic Association has various committees that focus on a targeted range of issues and initiatives aligning with the BHCA mission.
    http://beaconhilltimes.com

3 days ago

Carvalho Sees His Public Service as Setting Strong Foundation for DA Run

Evandro Carvalho believes his campaign for Suffolk County District Attorney is picking up momentum with just under three months to go before the Democratic primary is held on Sept. 4.

    Carvalho Sees His Public Service as Setting Strong Foundation for DA Run
    Evandro Carvalho believes his campaign for Suffolk County District Attorney is picking up momentum with just under three months to go before the Democratic primary is held on Sept. 4.
    http://beaconhilltimes.com

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3 days ago

B/Spoke Is Debuting Their Signature Bootcamp Class in Boston

1 Federal Street rooftop/Photo credit Elisif Photography

    B/Spoke Is Debuting Their Signature Bootcamp Class in Boston
    With a rooftop workout and summer solstice afterparty. Thursday marks the longest day of the year and the official beginning of summer (as if Monday's temps weren't enough to convince us of that) and B/SPOKE studios is celebrating. You can enjoy the extra sunlight from the rooftop of 1 Federal St.
    https://www.bostonmagazine.com

3 days ago

City Council Committee on Government Operations Working Session on Dockets #0101 and #0987

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    City Council Committee on Government Operations Working Session on Dockets #0101 and #0987
    A working session on Docket #0101, order approving a petition for a special law re: "An Act to Regulate Lobbying Activities before the City of Boston," and Docket #0987, an ordinance amending Chapter 2 of the City of Boston Code, Ordinances, Regarding Lobbyist Registration and Regulation.
    https://www.boston.gov

3 days ago

LICENSING BOARD HEARING

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    LICENSING BOARD HEARING
    The Licensing Board will hold a hearing on June 27 at 10 a.m. Cafe Juiceup D/B/A: Cafe Juiceup 1290 BLUE HILL AVE MATTAPAN, MA 02126 License #: LB 365398 Has applied for a Common Victualler License to be exercised on the above - Café with retail take out.
    https://www.boston.gov

3 days ago

South Station’s Well Coffee House to Expand Downtown

The Well Coffee House will soon expand beyond South Station. A second location opens in the next two to three weeks in the space left vacant by Pret a Manger (1 State St.) in Downtown Boston, according to community liaison Julie Love.

    South Station's Well Coffee House to Expand Downtown
    The Well Coffee House will soon expand beyond South Station. A second location opens in the next two to three weeks in the space left vacant by Pret a Manger (1 State St.) in Downtown Boston, according to community liaison Julie Love. The Well Coffee House is a Christian non-profit cafe staffed by volunteers.
    https://boston.eater.com

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Public Improvement Commission hearing

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As shown on a plan entitled “City of Boston Public Works Department, Engineering Division, Marquee License Plan, Boylston Street and Washington Street, Boston Proper,” 1 sheet dated May 30, 2018.

...Arlington Street, Boston Proper, on its easterly side at address #52-78 located generally between Park Plaza and Columbus Avenue, and consisting of seating for 12 persons and approximately 280 square feet within the public...

As shown on a set of plans entitled “City of Boston Public Works Department, Engineering Division, Specific Repair Plan, 150 Seaport Boulevard, Seaport,” 3 sheets dated May 4, 2018.

1-70 Vallar Road, Faywood Road, 160-248 Waldemar Avenue; East Boston – Discontinuance, Widening & Relocation, Specific Repairs – On a set of joint petitions by Trinity Orient Heights Phase Two Limited Partnership and the Boston Housing Authority

1-70 Vallar Road, Faywood Road, 160-248 Waldemar Avenue; East Boston – Discontinuance, Widening & Relocation, Specific Repairs – On a set of joint petitions by Trinity Orient Heights Phase Two Limited Partnership and the Boston Housing Authority

    Public Improvement Commission hearing
    The Public Improvement Commission is holding a hearing on June 21 at 10 a.m. Public Hearing On a petition by Orange Barrel Media LLC for the granting of a Projection License for the installation of a digital marquee over a portion of the sidewalk within Boylston Street, Boston Proper, on its northerly side at 621 Washington Street located west of Washington Street.
    https://www.boston.gov

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