Gassy Park’s “Melted” Swing Quickly Replaced

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  North End infants and toddlers rejoice! In a piece of good news, the Parks Department replaced the vandalized swing at the DeFilippo Playground ("the Gassy")....

Salem Street Powerhouse Boasts New Painted Murals

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Residents have something to look at as they pass by the old Edison Powerhouse building on the corner of Salem & Prince Streets. Many...

Gassy Park Swings “Melted” by Vandals

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Emily Lapkin reports via Neighbors for Neighbors: "I'm just writing to tell everyone the sad news that the infant/toddler swings at the "Gassy" park on...

North End Crime Still Low, But Up From Last Year

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While still considered very low versus other areas of the city, North End crime incidents are now 8% of the total in Area A-1,...

Debating Development & Conflict Issues at the Greenway Conservancy Meeting

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Getting snapped at by the smug Peter Meade, Chair of the Conservancy's Board, was the highlight of my night at the Greenway's Annual Meeting...

Greenway Conservancy Annual Meeting Agenda

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The Annual Meeting of the Greenway Conservancy will take place on Tuesday, September 1, at 6:00 pm at the Metro Meeting Center, 101 Federal Street, 4th Floor. The meeting will be followed by a Public Hearing on the draft Design Protocols for Capital Improvements within the Greenway Parks and Open Spaces and the draft Protocols for Reviewing Proposed Development Projects Abutting the Greenway at 7:00 pm. There is a reception before the meeting at 5:30 pm.
 
An agenda for the meetings is shown below. Copies of the draft protocols may be found at http://www.rosekennedygreenway.org/docs.

Parking is available on site at 101 Federal Street (between Franklin and High Streets), at a City garage nearby on Devonshire, or at the Post Office Square garage. The closest T stop is South Station.

Email Priscilla Bradley to be put on the building security list for entry at: pbradley@rosekennedygreenway.org

Click the "Read More" link below to view the agenda for the meeting and public forum.

Edward M. Kennedy and the North End

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Here are a few articles from the coverage of the death of Senator Edward M. Kennedy that relate to the North End/Waterfront neighborhood. Kennedy Left...

Greenway Conservancy Revises Park Guidelines; Little Improvement for Public

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In response to public input, the Rose Kennedy Greenway Conservancy released revised guidelines, effective August 14, 2009. These guidelines have been approved by the...

Resident To Compete In Ironman For Charity

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You may have seen Jon Larson running around the neighborhood and he has a lot of training yet in front of him. The North...

Voting Results – NEWRA’s August 13th Meeting

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Here is a summary of the North End/Waterfront Residents' Association (NEWRA) meeting held on Thursday, August 13th at the Nazzaro Community Center. BRA Presentation of...

Boston Museum Makes Final Push For Parcel 9

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With the MassPike's decision expected on August 20th, the Boston Museum is continuing its aggressive push for public support. The organization has signed up...

Greenway Conservancy Releases New Protocols For Parklands and Adjacent Development

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The Greenway Conservancy has released working drafts of protocols and procedures for community review of future improvements within the parklands and along the Corridor....