Community Daily Briefs

Monday’s Guide: ZLC Meeting, Sail Boston Preparations, 151 Liquor Licenses, Pats Playoffs

Things to know for Monday, January 22, 2017!

The Community Calendar, your local scheduler: 

Tuesday, January 24

7:00pm Zoning, Licensing & Construction Committee Meeting (NEWRA) at the Mariner’s House, 11 North Square, 2nd Floor, all are welcome to attend.

This past weekend: Women’s March & Pats Game.

Did you happen to see the following articles?

Officials Look to Add 151 New Liquor Licenses in Three Years

Looking to expand economic development across the city, Mayor Martin Walsh and the Boston state delegation are looking to release more than 150 new liquor licenses, while also working to prevent new licenses from areas that are already saturated, Charlestown Patriot-Bridge has more.

Massport Marks Milestone in Preparation for Sail Boston

Knowing that Sail Boston will be returning to Boston Harbor this summer, Massport Board of Directors voted to approve a $2 million investment for capital improvements to prepare for ships that will dock at Massport properties. With over four million people expected to attend, American Journal of Transportation has more on the preparations for the event lasting from June 17th through June 22nd.

Keep up with what’s happening on the Events Calendar.

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