Five Items on Council Agenda

June 6, 2012
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Electing a new president will be the first order of business at the next North End/Waterfront Neighborhood Council monthly meeting to replace Donna Freni, who did not seek re-election in the recent NEWNC public election.

NEWNC will also elect other officers and present several committee updates. Reports from elected officials or their designees will also be presented.

The neighborhood group will discuss and possibly vote on three beer and wine licenses and two occupancy changes at the Monday, June 11 public meeting to be held in the Nazzaro Community Center starting at 7pm.

216 Hanover Street, Improv Asylum: Norm Laviolette has applied to the Licensing Board to add cordials to the existing Malt and Wine License.

133 Salem Street, formerly Sheldon’s: David Crocini has filed an application with the Zoning Board for zoning relief to change the legal occupancy of the building from 4 residential units and a retail store to 3 residential units and a fitness center. The renovation includes conversion of the basement.

7 Baldwin Place: Dr Anthony Bova has filed an application with the Zoning Board for zoning relief to change the legal occupancy of the building from 5 residential apartments to 6 residential apartments, adding a one story addition to the existing building, not to exceed 55 feet in height.

350-352 Hanover Street, formerly Hanover News: Jennifer Pittore has applied to the Licensing Board for a Wine and Malt License at this location.

67 Prince Street, Monica’s Mercato, Inc.: Jorge Mendoza has applied to the Licensing Board to add Cordials to the existing Malt and Wine License at this location with an 11pm closing on Monday-Thursday and a midnight closing on Friday-Sunday.

Announcements/Open Discussion/Comments.

The next NEWNC monthly meeting will be held on Monday, July 9 in the Nazzaro Community Center starting at 7pm.