Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Master Plan

I'm just forwarding information from e-mails from Lydia Lowe below. But before you just go "whatever" I have some thoughts on the relevance of at least trying to be a part of city planning.
Recently a child was killed by an ambulance. Ambulances are high up they can't see children. The hospital is right near a day care and community center. Some people who don't know the history said, "Did it make sense to have a day care their?" They didn't know that the Day care was there first.

Look at the High way that cuts through Chinatown, rather highways. Right through residential areas.

And to look at other communities, JP is having it's Wake Up the Earth Festival this weekend. A Festival that was started to protest I-95 cutting through JP. guess what? I-95 is a straight line up and down the country, but it curves out and around the City of Boston. Just a thought. Here is the info about the Master Plan meetings.


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Reminder:  The Master Plan Implementation Committee will have a special meeting tonight at 6 pm at BCNC board room with Bill Tuttle from DOT to learn more about the Parcel 25 and Parcel 26 planning and bidding process.

The regular monthly meeting of MPIC will be held next Monday, May 9th at 6 pm, also at BCNC. We will have updates and also have further community discussion about Parcel 25 and 26.

The next public meeting to inform the Parcel 25 and 26 Request for Proposals will be on May 17th (see attached and below).


Good morning –
 
Thank you for your patience while we worked on getting all the documentation online.  The web address now live and can be found at:  http://www.massdot.state.ma.us/highway/HighlightedProjects/SouthBayKneelandStreetParcels.aspx
 
Also, attached please find the meeting notification for our next public meeting on Tuesday, May 17th at 6 p.m.  Please note that since due to the large number of meeting attendees we have changed the location to 10 Park Plaza – 2nd Floor conference rooms 1, 2, & 3.
 
Please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions or comments.
 
Thank you for your participation –



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