Public Meeting

South Station Expansion Meeting | Jul. 20

The FEIR summarizes the project’s environmental benefits and impacts. It responds to comments on the Draft Environmental Impact Report (DEIR), lists changes since the DEIR, and updates the permits and approvals anticipated for the project.  >> Read More

Arborway Bicycle Facilities Public Meetings | Feb 3 and 5

bikers

CALLING ALL BICYCLISTS!

If you feel strongly that cycletracks are the safer alternative to the biking infrastructure created in the Arborway, now is your chance to let the Department for Conservation and Recreation hear! Tell them why you support bikelanes throughout the cities and outer cities.

"It is extremely important that the DCR hears from people like you who would prefer cycletracks on Mon., Feb. 2, and also that you or your friends or family also show up on Thurs., Feb. 5 to support the cycletrack alternative moving forward."

 

When:  RESCHEDULED to Tuesday, February 3rd

6:30 to 8:30pm

        AND

Thursday February 5th

6:30 to 8:30pm

Where: Arnold Arboretum Visitor Center/Hunnewell Building
125 Arborway, Boston >> Read More

Beaches Commission Public Meeting | February 1

On Saturday, February 1, 2014 the Metropolitan Beaches Commission will hold a public meeting at the UMass Boston Campus Center from 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon.

The meeting will discuss and amke way of how to make them vital and find different strategies on how to improve them. If you are able to attend the Feb. 1 meeting, please take a moment to RSVP by email to info@savetheharbor.org, or by phone to 617-451-2860.

Driving and Parking Directions

The public meeting will take place at UMass Boston, 100 Morrissey Boulevard, Dorchester, MA 02125. It will be held in the Campus Center Building in the 3rd floor Ballroom. There will be parking available in the South Parking Lot for $6. Please note that the parking lot is marked as student parking only, but it is ok to park there for the public meeting. UMass Boston is also accessible by public transportation via the MBTA Red Line’s JFK/Umass stop with a 5 minute shuttle ride to campus.

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