Please note: this meeting was originally scheduled for September 15, 2021.
The Boston Zoning Commission is charged with maintaining the Boston Zoning Code. In order to fulfill that responsibility, the Commission meets on a regular basis to adopt map and text changes to the Code. Anyone may petition the Zoning Commission to adopt a map or text change.
Typically the Boston Planning & Development Agency, after a public dialogue, petitions the Zoning Commission to adopt such changes. After a petition is authorized by the BPDA Board, a public notice of a hearing before the Zoning Commission is advertised in the Boston Herald and local newspapers at least 20 days in prior to the hearing.
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Text Amendment Application No. 499
Article 64, South End Neighborhood District
PDAs: Affordable Commercial and Cultural Space
Said amendment would amend Article 64 (South End Neighborhood District), specifically Sections 64-29 and 64-42 with respect to affordable commercial and cultural spaces provisions for projects located in Planned Development Areas.
First Amendment to the Amended and Restated Master Plan for Planned Development Area No. 87, Boston Landing
Third Amendment to the Amended and Restated Development Plan for the Sports Facility Project within Planned Development Area No. 87, Boston Landing
Said First Amendment amends the Master Plan to allow one or more electronic signs to the Sports Facility Project. Said Third Amendment amends the Amended and Restated Development Plan for the Sports Facility Project to include one or more electronic signs in addition to the uses authorized in the Amended and Restated Development Plan.
Text Amendment Application No. 500
Said Amendment would make Cannabis Establishments a Forbidden Use in all Residential Districts and an Allowed Use in all other Districts.