Archive for May, 2017

Fundraising Reception to Kick off Charles Street Cleaning Campaign

May 12, 2017
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By Dan Murphy To mark the launch of its “Charles Street: Our Main Street Cleaning Campaign,” the Joint Charles Street Committee is holding a fundraising and cocktail reception at Grogan & Company, located at 20 Charles St., on Wednesday, May 10, from 5:30 to 7 p.m. The event will feature food courtesy of Toscano...
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BHCA Community Corner

May 12, 2017
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Charles Street Clean Team Fundraiser May 10 Thanks to the work of the Joint Charles Street Committee (JCSC) of the Beacon Hill Civic Association and the Beacon Hill Business Association, Charles Street is looking cleaner and greener. Under the leadership of BHCA’s John Corey and BHBA’s Ali Ringenburg, the joint committee has signed up...
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Downtown View:Competition Might Improve Old Rental Buildings

May 12, 2017
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By Karen Cord Taylor Downtown residents are enjoying a certain satisfaction they didn’t expect. Those dreadful absentee landlords who suck all the rent money out of their buildings while keeping them in slum-like condition are now facing competition from such new luxury buildings as the Kensington in the Theatre District, the Avalon near North...
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Zoning and Licensing Committee Votes Not to Oppose Proposed Jeffries House Addition

May 12, 2017
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By Dan Murphy A proposed four-story addition to the John Jeffries House met with a vote of non-opposition from the Beacon Hill Zoning and Licensing Committee on Wednesday with the stipulation that the applicant enter into a satisfactory good neighbor’s agreement with the Civic Association. Boston development firm Related Beal intends to build an...
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Charles River Cleanup on Earth Day is A Rousing Success

May 12, 2017
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On Saturday morning, April 29, the Esplanade Association, the 100-percent privately funded friends group for the Charles River Esplanade, had over 400 volunteers participate in the 18th annual Earth Day Charles River Cleanup. Since 2000, the Esplanade Association has partnered with the Charles River Watershed Association (CRWA), one of the country’s oldest watershed organizations and the lead...
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Police Briefs 05-09-2017

May 12, 2017
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Beacon Hill Beat From Boston Police Area A-1 Assault Dangerous with a Dangerous Weapon – Knife 04/26/17 – At around 6:42 a.m., responding officers arrested a male suspect arrested on Arlington Street following an assault at a Cortes Street building. The victim reports he was leaving his apartment, when the suspect confronted the victim...
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Investing in Beacon Hill

May 12, 2017
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By Mayor Martin J. Walsh This month, I am proud to put forth a budget for the City of Boston that will make Boston a better place to work, live, and raise a family. At City Hall, we’ve created a plan for our City that will keep Boston financially sound, while making targeted investments...
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Shear Madness:Fundraising Continues to Chop Off Jack Gurnon’s Hair Mop

May 5, 2017
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Shear Madness:Fundraising Continues to Chop Off Jack Gurnon’s Hair Mop

By Beth Treffeisen What all started as a fun prank between two friends about three years ago has slowly turned into about 15 inches of silver locks that flow from the head of Beacon Hill’s Jack Gurnon, that is now well…ready to go. After enduring questions from concerned residents of Beacon Hill from –...
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Livingstone Seeks More Discussion on Shadow Laws

May 5, 2017
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By Beth Treffeisen With the recent passage of Boston City Council’s home rule petition that aims to amend the current shadow laws that protect the Boston Common and Boston Public Garden, State Representative Jay D. Livingstone has come out against this legislation as it is written. “I was surprised at the swiftness in which...
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Downtown View:Better Skyscrapers

May 5, 2017
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By Karen Cord Taylor Consider Los Angeles. It’s enjoying an upgrade. With refurbished hotels, new residential buildings, a spruce-up of its gorgeous library and all the services and restaurants that come with a dense population, LA’s downtown is finally full of vitality. It also looks good. One reason is the tops of some of...
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