Monthly Archives: March 2015

Rep Aaron Michlewitz Files Gun Control Measure

State Representative Aaron Michlewitz has filed legislation that would create a statewide gun offender registry list that would be accessible to the public. The legislation is modeled on similar systems in Baltimore and New York that require defendants convicted of specified gun crimes to register their addresses with the police, verify them every six...

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City Council Activities

The Boston City Council met and discussed a variety of issues. Mayor Marty Walsh sent notice of new members for the Animal Control Commission and the Residency Policy Commission. Grants were passed that would benefit the Department of Innovation and Technology as well as the Boston Traffic Management Center.  Councilor LaMattina signed out to...

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NEWNC Supports Full Liquor License Transfer for Hotel

March 4, 2015
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NEWNC Supports Full Liquor License Transfer for Hotel

A request by Battery Wharf Hotel, 3 Battery Wharf to transfer a full liquor license to replace the one currently being used was supported (6-0) by the North End/Waterfront Neighborhood Council (NEWNC) at last week’s monthly meeting held in the Nazzaro Community Center. Representatives from the new owner told residents, other than the license...

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Conservancy Presents Plans for North End Parks

March 4, 2015
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Conservancy Presents Plans for North End Parks

Greenway Conservancy Executive Director Jessie Brackenbury and his staff presented plans for the 2015 scheduled improvements and repairs for North End parks. The community meeting was the third to discuss plans and to seek community import. Brackenbury confirmed that the Conservancy has received a $400,000 grant from the Mass Culture Council, to make the...

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