Monday, April 26, 2021

Mark Your Calendars. Be Ready. Be In the Know.

04/26/21: Updated with Friday, April 30 Community Voices in Impact Advisory Groups Hearing. 

Our neighborhood is growing. Mark your calendars for neighborhood happenings from vaccination appointments to cannabis and community grant information sessions to life sciences developments in the Raymond Flynn Marine Park. 

Upcoming Happenings

Saturday, April 24: Covid19 Vaccinations Available 9 am - 5 pm at Iron Workers Local 7, 195 Old Colony Ave. Appointment required. More details.

Monday, April 26: Boston Cannabis Board Informational Session 1 pm covering application process of a cannabis establishment including community engagement process plus new MA cannabis delivery license types.

Monday, April 26:City Council Committee on Ways and Means Community Working Session 4 pm on dockets #0524-0531, FY22 budget: What are your questions on the City budget?

Tuesday, April 27: FPNA Fort Point Seaport Neighborhood Gathering with District 2 Councilor Ed Flynn, Mayoral candidate Councilor-At-Large Annissa Essaibi-George and At-Large candidate Erin Murphy and your ideas. R.S.V.P.

Tuesday, April 27: 24 Drydock Avenue Public Meeting 6 pm - 7:30 pm for proposed demolition of a 3 story building for an 8 story mixed used building of Life Sciences, marine industrial and supportive uses in the Raymond Flynn Marine Park. A meeting recording will be available on BPDA project page

Wednesday, April 28: Parcels O & P (Raymond Flynn Marine Park) Public Meeting 7pm - 8 pm 1 demolition of the existing Au Bon Pain headquarters on Parcel O to construct a new, approximately 219,000 square foot life sciences/research and development building, and an approximately 9,000 square foot adaptive reuse of the existing building on Parcel P to serve as amenity space for the tenants of the new life sciences/research and development building. 

Wednesday, April 28: Community Preservation Act (CPA) Informational Meeting: 6 pm. CPA grants provide funds for capital improvements to historic, open space, public recreation and affordable housing. R.S.V.P.

Friday, April 30 Community Voice in Impact Advisory Groups Hearing, 1:30 pm. Impact Advisory Groups provide advice and feedback on large development projects via BPDA Article 80 process. Public is welcome to provide testimony (comments). 

Wednesday, May 12: Boston Cannabis Board Hearing 1 pm for a recreational pot shop at 324 A St (Blue Dragon site) by Keltic Green. Keltic Green requested a deferral from their April hearing date. 
Neighborhood updates, questions or concerns, please contact FPNA

originally published 04.23021

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