Featured Health & Environment

North End Water And Sewer Works July 2020 Update: Work Continues on Tileston St. & Lewis St., New Projects Begin on Margaret St. & Cleveland Pl.

The July 2020 work plan by Boston Water & Sewer Commission is shown below. In June, water main work was completed on parts of Lewis and Tileston Streets. In July, expect work on Lewis and Tileston Streets to continue, as well as new work to start on Margaret Street and Cleveland Place. See below for Read More…

Featured Health & Environment Meetings

Sewer and Water Work Will Impact North End Starting in April

Boston Water & Sewer Commission (BWSC) presented project plans for upcoming construction and related traffic changes at the March North End/Waterfront Neighborhood Council (NEWNC) meeting. BWSC Director of Construction Peter Salvatore and Project Manager Jean-Luc Teixeira shared that construction is scheduled to begin in April and last through October. The biggest impacts will be parking Read More…

Health & Environment

North End Sewer Work Update and Schedule

Boston Water & Sewer Commission (BWSC) has provided the following detailed project update and schedule for the North End Sewer Project. This long-term project will impact nearly every street in the North End / Waterfront area. Work days are Monday through Friday with an anticipated completion in January 2016.  Click images to enlarge. Project contacts: Read More…

Health & Environment Transportation

Sewer Work Continues in the North End

Many have noticed widespread road closings and sidewalks being shut down in certain North End / Waterfront areas where extensive sewer work is being done.  This initiative  is expected to continue until November 2015 and almost every street in the North End will be impacted.  The system rehabilitation work began in November 2014 and is being done by Boston Water Read More…

Business Community Government People

NEWRA Elects Officers at Annual Meeting; Stephanie Hogue Re-Elected President

The North End / Waterfront Residents’ Association (NEWRA) re-elected Henchman Street resident, Stephanie Hogue, for a second term as President of the organization at this week’s Annual Meeting held on October 13, 2011. Long-term NEWRA executive Victor Brogna is stepping down as Vice-President and the position is currently vacant. New to the executive ranks is Read More…