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Monday’s 3 Things: Clinton Stop Signs, Development Oversupply, Sunday Dinner

Three Things to Start Your Work Week:

1. Some of the top headlines from over the weekend:

Multi-car crash in Boston sends adults, children to hospital.

A serious crash involving several cars in Boston sent multiple people to the hospital to be treated for non-life-threatening injuries. The crash took place on Washington Street in Egleston Square in Roxbury around midnight Sunday. WCVB Boston has more on the story.

Sound familiar? Plan for Boston luxury skyscraper shelved amid worries of oversupply.

Development has been a prominent topic throughout all of Boston, the massive amount construction has led to Simon Property Group throwing out their plan for a 625-foot, 52-story tower at Copley Square in Back Bay. The decision results from the high construction costs and oversupply in the luxury market, continue reading more at,

Weld planning election eve rally in Boston’s Faneuil Hall.

Former Massachusetts Governor and now Libertarian Vice Presidential Candidate William Weld will be holding an election eve rally in Boston’s historic Faneuil Hall. The event will begin at 7 p.m. where he plans to turn his attention to defeating Donald Trump. Read more at, The Boston Herald.

2. Sunday dinner in the North End

3.  View the latest reports on Boston:311:

Damaged Sign at 1 North Square – “Public safety sign: Yes | Type of sign: STOP signs in North Square and surrounding areas have “The Clinton Crime Family” stickers pasted under the word STOP | Is the pole still there: Yes | Additional details: multiple North End locations”

Illegal Grafitti at 50 Salem Street – Hello, I’m the Property Manager for 50 Salem Street in Boston (Peet’s Coffee). The building was recently tagged with graffiti on the second level on the front and side of the building. Would the Graffiti Busters be able to take care of this? I’ve submitted the Removal of Graffiti Agreement and Release of Liability in a separate e-mail. Please let me know either way. Thank you.

Illegal Parking at 560 Commercial Street – “Truck is blocking the driveway at 580 Commercial Street in North End (Langone Funeral Home). Please remove..”

Illegal Parking at 45 63 Atlantic Avenue, 4c – “Car blocking parking garage entrance to the prince building in North End. 2XY 65N Chevrolet van. At 11pm. There are TWO levels if parking in this building. 40 spaces. Please ticket this obnoxious jerk!!.”

Illegal Parking at 179 Endicott Street – “Parked under a ‘NO STOPPING” TOW ZONE SIGN PLUS BLOCKING THE LOWER END OF NORTH MARGIN STREET.”

BOS:311 works to engage citizens to become the city’s eyes and ears through real-time collaboration between their mobile device and city services. Citizens can report potholes, graffiti, and other issues from anywhere in the city using their mobile phone. 

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2 Replies to “Monday’s 3 Things: Clinton Stop Signs, Development Oversupply, Sunday Dinner

  1. 311 is a joke.

    Cases regularly get closed out with no action.

    No oversight of the system and it needs a real audit to identify the individuals abusing their power and making the millions of dollars spent to this point worthless.

    Also a real audit would show problem areas and times that can easily be enforced (and raise the city’s revenue).

  2. NER, You got that right. 311 is a big joke. One policeman for the entire No. End. & you will see it
    is going to get worse, this isn’t anything, wait.

    We have to protest outside of City Hall for what we need and want.

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