Tuesday, November 08, 2022

Election Day Today, A New Hotel, Daffodils & More

Here is a quick glance at what is going on this week and next. 

November 8: State Election (includes 4 ballot questions). Vote at District Hall from 7am - 8pm. If you haven't already, please vote and demonstrate we live here in Fort Point and the Seaport. 

November 9: 330 C Street Public Meeting at 6pm. The proposed project consists of a new six-story 74-room hotel, with a ground-floor restaurant, situated at 330 C Street in South Boston. The lot size is approximately 8,202 square feet and is currently occupied by a vacant single-story concrete block building that formerly housed a repair garage. The project is a small project review development. 

November 10: Fort Point Channel Landmark District Commission Public Meeting at 6pm. View agenda and meeting details.

November 11: Mass Fallen Heroes Flag Planting. Come help plant flags from 9am - 11am at 85 Northern Avenue in rememberance of 9/11 and Veteran's Day.

November 11: The Holiday Market at Snowport opens Friday and runs through December 31st. The Holiday Market is located at 100 Seaport Blvd. 

November 12: Fort Point Boston Blooms Volunteer Day from 10am - 1pm. Rain date is November 13th at the same time. 

November 14: Better Bus Project Additional Public Meeting at 6pm. The revised bus design removes bus service from A Street. If you would like to share comments with the Implementation Team, please complete this Comment Form. Last week's public meeting recording will be posted on the events page.

November 15: 22 Drydock Impact Advisory Group Public Meeting at 6pm. The project proposes to combine the parcels into a single lot, clear the lot of its existing improvements, and construct in their place a seven-story, research laboratory building with a gross floor area (“GFA”) of approximately 319,750 square feet (“sf”), and including fitted-out, ground-level space for The Gloucester Marine Genomics Institute, a non-profit organization.

November 16: 22 Drydock Public Meeting at 6pm (see 11/15 for project description)

November 16: Congress Street Reconstruction Public Meeting at 6:30pm Share details and answer questions about the final design for Congress Street between Sleeper Street and Boston Wharf Road. 

November 19: Hull LifeSaving Museum's Boston Rowing Center hosts The “Icebreaker”- The 30th annual Northeast Regional Youth Open-Water Rowing Championships from 8:30 am - 4 pm. The Boston Rowing Center is located at the Barking Crab Marina. 

November 19: Fort Point Channel Waterfront Final Design Presentations from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm at Artists For Humanity located at 100 W. 2nd Street.

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