This week’s top posts on NorthEndWaterfront.com featured transportation, development, health, community events, and more! Read on below to see the most popular articles from the past week.
During the regular city council meeting, Councilor Michelle Wu called for a hearing about potentially charging $25 for one residential parking permit. Currently residents are able to get parking permits for free. Read more here.
Aaron Michlewitz, State Representative and Chair of the Massachusetts House Ways and Means Committee, is urging Mayor Walsh and Chief of Streets Chris Osgood to consider temporary restrictions on micro-mobility vehicles in the interior of the North End. Read more here.
The 7th annual neighborhood egg hunt was a hopping success, sponsored by Boston Community Collaborative! It was a perfect day on the waterfront and hundreds of kids came out to Christopher Columbus Park to hunt for eggs with special treats. Read more and see photos here.
Conservation Law Foundation Discusses Challenge to Downtown Waterfront Municipal Harbor Plan [Video]
Peter Shelley of the Conservation Law Foundation (CLF) provided an update on the non-profit’s legal challenge to the Downtown Waterfront Municipal Harbor Plan. After the State approved the Municipal Harbor Plan last year, CLF and abutting Harbor Towers, filed separate lawsuits to challenge the plan’s legality. Learn more here.
Residents and community partners held a meeting earlier this week at North End Waterfront Health on Hanover Street to address the growing substance use and misuse issues currently plaguing the North End community. Read more here.
Boston Harbor Now’s Director of Policy Jill Valdes Horwood and Director of Planning Alice Brown host a bi-weekly video blog covering topics related to the harbor. Their most recent episode discusses Boston’s ferries – where they go, who they carry, and what keeps them running. Watch the episode here.