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Boston Boat Basin LLC, Yacht Haven, Hearing on Replacement and New Floats/Pilings at Commercial Wharf Set For January 4, 2012

PUBLIC HEARING

In accordance with the Massachusetts Wetlands Protection Act, M.G.L. Chapter 131, Section 40, the Boston Conservation Commission will hold a public hearing in Boston City Hall, Room 801 on January 4, 2012 to review the following projects to determine what conditions, if any, the Commission will impose in order to protect the interests of the public and private water supply, ground water, prevention of pollution, flood control, prevention of storm damage, protection of fisheries and land containing shellfish, and protection of wildlife habitat:

6:00 PM Notice of Intent from The General Hospital Corporation to construct a walkway extension, and pile supported access pier with storage shed, gangway ramp and float system at Building 114, Fifth Avenue, Charlestown Navy Yard, Little Mystic Channel (Designated Port Area, Land Under Ocean, Coastal Beach, Coastal Bank, Land Subject to Coastal Storm Flowage, Land Subject to Tidal Action).

6:15 PM Request to amend Order of Conditions DEP File No. 006-1244 from Boston Boat Basin LLC, to replace existing floats and remove and install existing and new piles at 87 Commercial Wharf, North End, Boston Inner Harbor (Land Under Ocean, Fish Run).

6:30 PM Updates and General Business:

Request for Certificate of Compliance for Order of Conditions DEP File No. 006-1230 from the Boston Water and Sewer Commission for the abandonment of the BOS 987 Outfall and restoration activities, William Day Boulevard, Dorchester, Dorchester Bay.

Sign Language interpreters are available upon prior request.  The Commission will hold a public meeting immediately following the last hearing or as appropriate following any hearing.  Plans and filings with the Commission may be viewed at the Environment Department, Boston City Hall, Room 805, during regular business hours, 9 AM to 5 PM Monday through Friday.  For more information, call (617) 635-4417.

For the Commission,

Chris H. Busch, Executive Director

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