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CHARLESTOWN COMMUNITY IMPACT FUND MEETING

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    CHARLESTOWN COMMUNITY IMPACT FUND MEETING
    The City of Boston's Charlestown Community Impact Fund will be holding a meeting on May 31 at 10:00 a.m.
    https://www.boston.gov

20 hours ago

Non-Hearing Common Victualler Transactions

LHO Onyx One Lessee, L.L.C d/b/a Onyx Hotel, 155 Portland Street, Boston, MA. 02114 have applied for a one day extension of the premise to include the parking lot for a pre- concert event for U2 on June 21 and 22, 2018 between the hours of 5:00 PM – 9:00 PM.

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    Non-Hearing Common Victualler Transactions
    The Licensing Board will hold an open meeting on May 31, 2018 at 10:00 A.M. The following have applied for a new Common Victualler License at a previously licensed location. Huangs Restaurant, Inc. d/b/a New Hong Kong Restaurant, 14 Tremont Street, Brighton, MA 02135. Approx.
    https://www.boston.gov

21 hours ago

City Council Committee on Government Operations hearing on Docket #0566

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    City Council Committee on Government Operations hearing on Docket #0566
    Hearing regarding parking fines in the City of Boston. The Chair of the Committee is Councilor Michael F. Flaherty and the Sponsor is Mayor Martin J. Walsh. Docket #0566 Message and order to amend City of Boston Code, Ordinances, Chapter VI, Section 6-6.3, and the Schedule of Parking Fines.
    https://www.boston.gov

27 hours ago

Now + There Has Big Plans for the Upcoming Year

This year, Now + There, a non-profit that creates temporary public art projects, introduced its 2018 theme, Common Home.

    Now + There Has Big Plans for the Upcoming Year
    This year, Now + There, a non-profit that creates temporary public art projects, introduced its 2018 theme, Common Home. Over the next six months, two female artists and seven Boston artists completing the Now + There Public Art Accelerator will present thought-provoking projects that explore such themes as responsibility and power, memory and recorded history, and the use and enjoyment of common spaces.
    http://beaconhilltimes.com

27 hours ago

Paula O’Keeffe Receives 21st Annual Beacon Award

At Monday’s annual meeting of the Beacon Hill Civic Association at the Union Club, Paula O’Keeffe was presented the 21st annual Beacon Award for her significant and sustained” contributions to the community.

    Paula O'Keeffe Receives 21st Annual Beacon Award
    At Monday's annual meeting of the Beacon Hill Civic Association at the Union Club, Paula O'Keeffe was presented the 21st annual Beacon Award for her significant and sustained" contributions to the community. A West Newton native, O'Keeffe was admittedly unfamiliar with the neighborhood when she and her husband Bill moved to a small house on Cedar Lane Way after he graduated from Boston College Law School in 1965.
    http://beaconhilltimes.com

27 hours ago

Beacon Hill Civic Association Community Corner

Waterfall and Whitney elected to BHCA leadership posts

    Beacon Hill Civic Association Community Corner
    Waterfall and Whitney elected to BHCA leadership posts Eve Waterfall of West Cedar Street and Robert Whitney of Phillips Street were elected to lead the Beacon Hill Civic Association at its 96th Annual Meeting, held Monday at the Union Club. Both are attorneys who have served on the board of directors for more than a decade.
    http://beaconhilltimes.com

27 hours ago

Boylston St Marker Project Gets Key Approvals from City Agencies

Two sites along Boylston Street were forever changed when two bombs went off near the finish line in April 2013, changing those families connected to those lost and also the greater Boston community.

    Boylston St Marker Project Gets Key Approvals from City Agencies
    Two sites along Boylston Street were forever changed when two bombs went off near the finish line in April 2013, changing those families connected to those lost and also the greater Boston community. To mark that horrific event artist Eduardo Stantec worked closely with the families most affected by the bombings to come up with two markers to honor those who were lost and hurt.
    http://beaconhilltimes.com

27 hours ago

Police Briefs 05-22-2018

Trespassing

    Police Briefs 05-22-2018
    Trespassing 05/05/18 - At about 6:14 a.m., a male suspect was arrested for trespassing after he was found inside a shed in the rear backyard of a Pinckney Street residence. A witness reported he noticed the suspect pulling on motor vehicle doors earlier. No damage to any vehicles in the area was reported.
    http://beaconhilltimes.com

27 hours ago

Hatch Shell Restoration Project Set to Wrap Up Next Month

The $2.4 million restoration project entailing the replacement of the exterior panels on the dome of the Hatch Memorial Shell on the Charles River Esplanade is expected to wrap up in early June, according to Department of Conservation and Recreation Commissioner Leo Roy.

    Hatch Shell Restoration Project Set to Wrap Up Next Month
    The $2.4 million restoration project entailing the replacement of the exterior panels on the dome of the Hatch Memorial Shell on the Charles River Esplanade is expected to wrap up in early June, according to Department of Conservation and Recreation Commissioner Leo Roy.
    http://beaconhilltimes.com

27 hours ago

New Upgrades Are Coming to 11 Isabella Street in Bay Village

Located next to an abandoned building and surface parking lot in the Bay Village, another building is set to get some renovations along Isabella Street.

27 hours ago

Memorial Day Is a Time for Reflection

The Memorial Day weekend is upon is, a three-day weekend that for most Americans marks the start of the summer season. Many will celebrate appropriately with barbecues and outdoor activities with family and friends.

    Memorial Day Is a Time for Reflection
    The Memorial Day weekend is upon is, a three-day weekend that for most Americans marks the start of the summer season. Many will celebrate appropriately with barbecues and outdoor activities with family and friends. However, amidst our festivities, we should not forget that Memorial Day is America's most solemn national holiday, marking our nation's tribute to those who made the Supreme Sacrifice for our country.
    http://beaconhilltimes.com

27 hours ago

Garden Soiree

Nancy Schön, a Beacon Hill resident and the renowned sculptor who created the Make Way For Ducklings sculpture in the Public Garden, is presented with a rendering of her sculpture of Myrtle The Turtle. The new sculpture will live in the Myrtle Street Playground in Beacon Hill. John Corey presented the token of gratitude to her. The moment came during the third annual Beacon Hill Garden Club’s soiree on Weds., May 16, prior to the annual Hidden Gardens tour – which is in its 90th year. The soiree set the tone for a wonderful garden tour on Thursday, May 17.

    Garden Soiree
    Nancy Schön, a Beacon Hill resident and the renowned sculptor who created the Make Way For Ducklings sculpture in the Public Garden, is presented with a rendering of her sculpture of Myrtle The Turtle. The new sculpture will live in the Myrtle Street Playground in Beacon Hill.
    http://beaconhilltimes.com

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Aberdeen Architectural Conservation District Commission hearing

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18.1335 AB 5 Braemore Road, Unit 12: Replace windows with white vinyl 1/1 windows.

18.1165 AB 1962 Beacon Street: Alter existing storefront and install new openings; remove separate handicap entrance and incorporate into main entrance; Install channel-lit sign above storefront.

18.1269 AB 1650 Commonwealth Avenue: Install channel-lit sign above entrance; install vinyl sign in transom window above entrance.

18.1260 AB 122 Englewood Avenue: Replace 56 windows on structure with vinyl, simulated divided lite windows.

18.1259 AB 355 Chestnut Hill Avenue: Replace existing tri-light pole in traffic island with side-mounted equipment and canister antenna.

18.1258 AB 38 Englewood Avenue: Construct 2.5 story addition in rear yard.

    Aberdeen Architectural Conservation District Commission hearing
    (Use Congress Street as an entrance and exit after 5:30 p.m.)
    https://www.boston.gov

43 hours ago

Committee on Planning, Development and Transportation Hearing on Docket #0175

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    Committee on Planning, Development and Transportation Hearing on Docket #0175
    Order for a hearing regarding Equitable Access to Public Transportation with a Cashless Fare Collection System. The Chair of the Committte is Councilor Michelle Wu and the Sonsors are Councilors Ayanna Pressley and Michelle Wu Docket #0175 O rder for a hearing regarding Equitable Access to Public Transportation with a Cashless Fare Collection System.
    https://www.boston.gov

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South End Landmark District Commission

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18.1305 SE           18 Concord Square Proposed Work: At garden level, replace two wood 1 over 1 windows with 2 fiberglass 2 over 2 windows.

18.1160 SE           64 East Brookline Street Proposed Work: At front façade, replace front awning with new, metal awning.

18.1253 SE           33 Dwight Street: Proposed Work: Expand existing roof deck. At front façade, install street number placard.

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18.1279 SE           85 West Newton Street: Proposed Work: Install exterior lighting and signage.

18.1298 SE           535 Shawmut Avenue: Proposed Work: At front façade, install new blade sign.

18.1308 SE           433 Columbus Avenue: Proposed Work: At front façade, install wrought iron gate at the front of stoop

18.1302 SE           694 Tremont Street: Proposed Work: At front façade reopen storefront door, add a belt sign and gooseneck lighting.

18.1307 SE           320 Shawmut Avenue LLC: Proposed Work: At front façade, floors 2-5, replace all windows with 2 over 2 Marvin Ultimate windows.

112 Shawmut Avenue Proposed Work: At the corner of Herald Street and Shawmut Avenue, demolish interior and modify the exterior of an existing historic warehouse. Incorporate the remaining façade into a new 13 story residential tower.

112 Shawmut Avenue Proposed Work: At the corner of Herald Street and Shawmut Avenue, demolish interior and modify the exterior of an existing historic warehouse. Incorporate the remaining façade into a new 13 story residential tower.

18.1301 SE           76 Appleton Street: At side façade (of a corner building) install HVAC unit inside of an existing vent opening. Replace existing cover with a metal vent cover painted black.

18.1293 SE           26 Braddock Park: Remove existing roof deck and install replacement roof deck.

18.1194 SE           34 Claremont Street: At front façade, repoint brick and rebuild brick wall above second level bay window. Paint sills and banding in kind.

18.1318 SE           14 Clarendon Street: At front façade third floor, replace 4 non-historic 2 over 2 aluminum windows in-kind.

18.1297 SE           537 Columbus Avenue: At side façade (of a corner building) rebuild brick barrier wall to original configuration.

18.1313 SE           545 Columbus Avenue: At front façade, replace basement windows with same curved edge, single pane windows. Repair...

18.1309 SE           13 Concord Square: Construct a roof deck.

18.1304 SE           42 Concord Square: At front façade garden level, replace three 2 over 2 and two 1 over 1 aluminum windows with aluminum clad windows.

18.1281 SE           11 Dwight Street: Repoint front façade in kind.

18.1249 SE           39 Dwight Street #2: At rear façade replace trim around dormer in kind.

18.1273 SE           74 East Brookline Street: At front façade, repair 3 window sills in kind, spot repointing in kind, Repair front stoop landing, garden level stairs and walkway in kind. Install new rubber roof and soffit in kind.

18.1306 SE           37 East Springfield Street: Repair and resurface main stoop steps and steps leading to garden level in kind. Restore and repaint existing iron handrails.

18.1275 SE           463 Massachusetts Avenue: At front façade, repair wood trim on oriel in kind.  

18.1294 SE           554 Massachusetts Avenue: At front façade repair front steps in kind. Repaint steps that are currently painted.

18.1191 SE           614 Massachusetts Avenue: Repair asphalt shingle hipped roof in kind.

18.1239 SE           48 Rutland Street: Replace asphalt shingle roof in kind.

18.1291 SE           332 Shawmut Avenue: At rear façade, replace rubber roof decking, and railings in kind. Install copper gutters.

18.1262 SE           656 Tremont St #6: At front façade third level, replace one aluminum 1 over 1 window with wood 2 over 2 windows.

18.1290 SE           162 West Brookline Street:  At front façade, clean and repair masonry and restore front stoop in kind. Repair and restore 2 historic light wells, restore all front faced historic windows. Repair roof deck and roof hatch in kind.

18.1289 SE           167 West Brookline Street: At front façade, paint lintels, sills, door hood, and stoop in kind.

18.1187 SE           195 West Brookline Street: Replace existing roof decking in kind. Replace guardrail with black metal guardrail.

18.1299 SE           69 Worcester St: At dormer level, replace three vinyl windows with new wood windows. The pane configuration will be 2 over 2 on the front window and 1x1 for the 2 side light windows.

18.1303 SE           12 Yarmouth St: At parlor and garden level, replace two 2x2 and four 1x1 aluminum windows with aluminum clad windows.

    South End Landmark District Commission
    II. DESIGN REVIEW HEARING 18.1146 SE Herald Street Between Harrison and Albany Proposed Work: Install wheelchair ramps 18.1305 SE 18 Concord Square Proposed Work: At garden level, replace two wood 1 over 1 windows with 2 fiberglass 2 over 2 windows. 18.1160 SE 64 East Brookline Street Proposed Work: At front façade, replace front awning with new, metal awning.
    https://www.boston.gov

2 days ago

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