This week’s top posts on NorthEndWatefront.com featured local business, new modes of transportation, history, voting and more! Read on below to see the most popular articles from this past week.
Edward L. Amaral, Jr and his wife, Quinn Nguyen, both residents of the North End Waterfront, created a new green and organic wet cleaner, which is similar to a dry cleaner, except they use non-toxic chemicals that are eco-friendly, leave a fresh clean scent, and is kind to sensitive skin. Read more here.
The Boston City Council passed an ordinance regarding scooters during a recent city council meeting. The unanimously-passed ordinance sets new rules and regulations to emerging scooter and other micro mobility companies. Read more here.
North End resident Nick Dello Russo shares a historic photo of Fulton Street in the North End from the early 1960s. At the time this street was made up of warehouses and packing companies. Read more and see the photo here.
City Councilor Lydia Edwards, representing District One (North End, Charlestown and East Boston) shares her March newsletter on ordinances filed, budget hearings, district developments and more. Read the highlights here.
The City of Boston election department is considering developing sub-precincts in an effort to create more efficient and smoother election days. This would help with some of the major population disparities within different wards of the city. Read more and see maps here.
82 members of the North End ski club continued a tradition that goes back 21 years – their annual weekend spring ski trip to Killington Mountain in Vermont. Read more about their trip here.