Community Daily Briefs

Wednesday’s Brief: Airbnb Regulations, Seaport Transformation, Open House!

February 1, 2017 – What you should know!

Heads up! Valentine’s Day is around the corner:

Notable news from alternate sources:

AirBNB taxes, regulation in new House bill

New regulations on Short-term rentals such as Airbnb are estimated to generate around $50 million in revenue by regulating them similar to hotels, with taxes, registration with the state, and insurance requirements. The proposed legislation is authored by State Representative Aaron Michlewitz, The Boston Globe has the full story.

A waterfront that’s rapidly transforming

Seaport Boulevard has changed quite a bit with the $1.5 billion worth of apartments, condos, storefronts, and office space that us currently under construction, with another $850 million in projects set to break ground soon. It has come a long way in the past couple of decades, The Boston Globe profiles the building boom of the Seaport.

Scheduling by the Community Calendar

Wednesday, February 1

9:00am St. John School Open House. From a foundation of values and knowledge, K3-8th grade learners soar. By blending compassion with curiosity, St. John School sets the stage for dynamic discovery. We invite you to discover your child’s future at one of St. John School’s Open Houses. Located at 9 Moon St, Boston.

Thursday, February 2

6:00pm NE Public Safety Meeting – Nazzaro Center. Located at 30 N. Bennet Street, these meetings are open to the public and are attended by Boston Police Area A-1

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

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