NEWRA’s ZLC Committee has distributed its meeting agenda, shown below, for Tuesday, October 23rd, 7pm at the Mariner’s House in North Square.
NORTH END/WATERFRONT RESIDENTS’ ASSOCIATION
Zoning, Licensing and Construction Committee
Tuesday, October 23, 2012, 7:00 PM
Mariners House, 11 North Square, 2nd Floor
Zoning Appeals and License Applications
7:00 PM – 7:15 PM
50 Snowhill Street, David Thyresson has filed an appeal for zoning relief to expand the existing head house on the roof of the single-family building.
7:15 PM – 7:30 PM
93 Endicott Street, Jose Faria, has filed an appeal for zoning relief to construct a roof deck for private use of the top-floor unit.
7:30 PM – 7:50 PM
92-96 Salem Street, Nicholas D’Amore has filed an appeal for zoning relief remove a 1-story structure at 1 Wiget Street and construct a new 5-story extension to the back of 92-96 Salem Street and change occupancy from 2 stores (“The Wild Duck”) and 6 apartments to 2 stores and 11 apartments.
7:50 PM – 8:10 PM
5 Tileston Place, Nigel Jacob has filed an appeal for zoning relief to add a fourth floor penthouse and roof deck to the residential building.
8:10 PM – 8:30 PM
78-80 Salem Street, Chris Young has filed an appeal for zoning relief to construct a second floor addition to the existing one-story building and expand the restaurant use, “Trattoria Pulcinella,” into the proposed second floor. The proposed restaurant expansion will also require amendment of the existing Malt and Wine w/Cordials license to increase seating capacity.
8:30 PM – 9:00 PM
Further discussion of approaches for reviewing additional alcohol license applications in light of NEWRA’s recent support of a new Malt and Wine license that brings the total number of existing or NEWRA-supported pouring licenses to the cap of 91 in its “Policy on Approval of Alcohol Licenses and License Transfers.”
For more information about ZLC Committee meetings, contact David Kubiak, ZLC Committee Co-chair, at 617-833-9564.
One Reply to “Five Zoning Requests and Alcohol License Discussion at October 23rd NEWRA ZLC Committee Meeting”
Nigel Jacob works for the mayor of Boston and has for several years. http://www.linkedin.com/in/nsjacob He bought this home within the last year, yet claims in a letter to neighbors that he needs to add a floor to the home in order to accomodate his growing family. If the 2000 square foot house wasn’t big enough why did he buy it?
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