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Mar 15, 2013

Have a say in your community, attend a public meeting!   D Street Development: Community Meeting
Tuesday, March 18, 2013, 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Boston Convention and Exhibition Center (BCEC), 415 Summer Street, Room 154, South Boston
  The Massachusetts Convention Center Authority (MCCA) is proposing a Second Amended and Restated Development Plan for Planned Development Area No. 50 in South Boston, including a description of the area and a fact sheet ("PDA Plan”).   Quincy Corridor Public Realm Improvement Project: Community Meeting
Thursday, March 20, 2013, 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Haynes Early Education Center, 263 Blue Hill Avenue, Roxbury
Come with your ideas to improve the quality of life along Quincy Street by improving roadways, sidewalks, trees, and lighting. The project area will encompass Quincy Street (located in the Roxbury and Dorchester neighborhoods) from Columbia Road to Blue Hill Avenue. The initiative is coordinated with the ongoing planning efforts of Mayor Menino’s Fairmount Indigo Planning Initiative (FIPI).
Charlestown Residential Parking Requirements: Community Meeting
Thursday, March 20, 2013, 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Knights of Columbus, 545 Medford Street, Charlestown
At the request of the Charlestown Neighborhood Council, the BRA is holding a public meeting to discuss residential parking requirements for the Charlestown Neighborhood Zoning District. Currently, residential parking is an allowed use in the district and the construction of new residential units requires the provision of off-street parking for those units.  The BRA has been asked by the Charlestown Neighborhood Council to review these requirements and to make suggestions for amending the zoning code to address neighborhood concerns. Possible changes include: making off-street residential parking a conditional use (requiring proponents go before the neighborhood for such a use), and/or removing or reducing the residential off-street parking requirement.  Come to ask questions about parking regulations in zoning, and share your opinion about whether current regulations should changed.

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