A quick thinking manager at Pizzeria Regina put out a trash fire at 13 Thacher Street on Friday morning. Janine Coppola shares this photo noting that it could have really become a serious fire since there was a huge pile of trash in the pile. Neighbors allege someone from 13 Thacher put something that was already on fire on top of the trash pile without thinking of the consequences.
Clean Streets: District 1 City Candidate Q&A
In this second of a series of posts, we are highlighting specific resident questions from the recent District 1 City Council Candidates Forum hosted by the North End / Waterfront Neighborhood Council (NEWNC). The three candidates running to fill the seat being vacated by Sal LaMattina are Lydia Edwards, Margaret Farmer and Stephen Passacantilli. District 1 includes the North End, Read More…
Boston Fire Dept Responds to Smoke From Sail Loft
Boston Fire Department responded on Friday morning, around 6:30am, to smoke coming from the Sail Loft restaurant, Atlantic Ave., on the North End waterfront. The owner reports that a pile of thick cardboard plates fell onto a pilot light on the stove. The cook on site called the fire department when smoke appeared. Fortunately, no one Read More…
Hoverboard Starts Heavy Fire at 406 Hanover Street
Boston Fire Department responded to a 1 alarm fire on Sunday night at 406 Hanover Street in the North End. With fire showing from the 3rd floor on arrival, BFD quickly knocked it down according to @BostonFire reports. BFD stated that preliminary investigation showed the fire was started by a hoverboard in the condo. Residents were Read More…
2 Replies to “Disaster Averted as Trash Fire Squashed on Thacher Street”
There is a piece of addressed mail in that pile of trash. If forwarded via Citizen Connect, a ticket WITH a fine can be issued.
Tommye , The No. End Residents have been fighting over Trash Issues for years & the reason why this is still going on
is due to LACK OF ENFORCEMENT & the Fines are definitely not High enough.
Comments are closed.