The North End / Waterfront Neighborhood Council, NEWNC, met on Monday, September 10th, and voted on a variety of neighborhood requests. The embedded video shows all the presentations from the meeting. Here is a handy index so you can jump to topics of interest.
02:00 North Bennet Street School / Eliot School Transition Update by NBSS President Miquel Gomez-Ibanez
03:50 Resident Parking / Traffic Committee Report – Ryan Kenny
04:50 Public Safety Update – Jorge Mendoza
09:35 Greenway Update – RFKGC Executive Director Nancy Brennan
13:45 Tony DeMarco Statue, Italian American Sports Hall of Fame: Bill Spadafora presented plans to erect the Tony Demarco statue at the corner of Hanover St. and Cross St. (corner closest to Mother Anna’s Restaurant). NEWNC Vote: 11-0 in support.
25:00 65 Salem Street, “Pauli’s,” Pace Management Group applied to the Licensing Board for a new C.V. 7-Day Malt and Wine License to be operated in the restaurant/sandwich shop during the hours of 8:00 AM to 11:00 PM seven days. NEWNC Vote: 10-1 in support.
43:30 341 Hanover Street, “The Wine Bottega”: Kerri Platt has applied to the Licensing Board to remove a restriction in the license in order to allow the sale of malt beverages in addition to the currently allowed sale of wine. NEWNC Vote: 11-0 in support.
55:50 4 Foster Street, Keith Berton and Kelly Bonzani: applicants have filed an appeal for variance to the Zoning Code to change the legal occupancy of the basement to residential living space as part of the conversion of the former multi-unit building to single family use. Vote: 11-0 in support.
1:00:50 27 Clark Street, Paul DiBenedetto: applicant has filed an appeal for variance to the Zoning Code to extend the residential living space of the first floor unit into the basement. NEWNC Vote: 11-0 in support.
3 Replies to “Neighborhood Council Votes to Support Tony DeMarco Statue, Pauli’s, Wine Bottega & Two Basement Extensions [Video]”
More booze for everyone!!!!!!!
I recently was walking the neighborhood in the area of Salem St. One of the restaurants w/ open windows had 3 guys sitting in the window drinking beer. I went by 3 hours later….same 3 guys sitting in the same sport and still drinking. So those who think that restaurants w/ liquor licenses don’t add to the rowdiness and drunk problems in the North End are truly naive.
No other place I’ve ever lived allowed booze at sandwich shops…and that’s what places like Pauli’s and volle Nolle are…sandwich shops.
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