Thursday, January 27, 2022

FPNA 2022 Neighborhood Gathering Kicks Off January 25th

updated 1/27/22 with Boston Water & Sewer Commission's Keeping Our Heads Above Water presentation and Boston Planning & Development Agency's Resilient Fort Point Infrastructure Project MEPA Environmental Review presentation. Online site visit is Feb 1 at 1pm.

You are invited to

Fort Point Seaport
2022 Kickoff 
 Neighborhood Gathering

Tuesday, January 25, 2022
6 pm to 8 pm
Sign Up for Zoom Only Event


Will The Fort Point Channel Be A Solution 
To Stormwater Flooding? 
John Sullivan, Chief Engineer 
Boston Water & Sewer Commission

Come hear about how the Fort Point Channel could be used to hold excess rainwater that otherwise can end up flooding city streets, and what happens when storms mix with sea level rise. Chief Sullivan was recently quoted in the Boston Globe on this topic.


How will Resilient Fort Point Infrastructure
Protect Us Against Sea Level Rise?
Joe Christo, Senior Resilience and Waterfront Planner
Climate Change and Environmental Planning, BPDA

Learn more about shoreline and inland resilient solutions that include a berm from Necco Ct to West Broadway along the Channel and flood barriers at A Street, Boston Wharf Rd and Necco Ct. The Environmental Project Notification is under review by the Massachusetts Environmental Policy Act Office (MEPA). Public comments due February 15th. 


Mooo Restaurant
49 Melcher Street

The corner of Melcher Street and Necco Court has been quiet for a while. Meet the team at Mooo Restaurant and discover their plans to open up another restaurant in Boston, this time in our neighborhood.

C-6 Boston Police Community Service Officers Updates

District 2 Updates, City Council President Ed Flynn

Latest Developments: Life Sciences Abound & 244-284 A Street Returns


A ReelHouse Oyster Bar Update

originally published 01.19.22

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