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Rep. Michlewitz Hopeful on North End Nursing Home, New AirBnb Legislation and Mother Anna’s Adjacent Property
State Representative Aaron Michlewitz spoke at the recent North End / Waterfront Residents’ Association (NEWRA) meeting, where gave updates on the North End Nursing Home, new AirBnb Legislation that he will be proposing in 2017, and an exclusive negotiation between Mother Anna’s and MassDOT for a parcel of land. View the post for video coverage and more information.
Boston Police reported two different incidents involving Larceny, one from a Salem Street resident that reported five fraudulent checks being cashed in her name. The other larceny took place during a house party on Prince Street, read the blotter for more information.
This segment of the recent NEWNC meeting covers a few quick reports from City Councilor Sal LaMattina’s office and neighborhood liaison Maria Lanza before hearing petitioners Christopher and Samantha Iannella on their zoning relief request. The request for zoning relief hopes to change the use of property for their building at 468 Commercial Street. View the post for video coverage of the proposal.
The North End / Waterfront Residents’ Association (NEWRA) voted in favor of supporting the recent Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) report that pilings underwater at high tide cannot be built upon. This ruling puts a massive hurdle in front of the Lewis Wharf proposal, view the post for video coverage.
Laughing Buddha Boston, located at 7 Commercial Wharf West marks the first Swiss Healing Center in the United States. Providing a mind/body center for restoration and empowerment, people-centered treatments, and non-factory-style yoga, owner Barbara Dummermuth is hoping that it helps those who are looking to make lasting lifestyle changes, view the post.