Monthly Archives: September 2017

IAG members review St. Alphonsus development proposal

September 8, 2017
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At a recent Boston Planning and Development Agency (BPDA) meeting, the Impact Advisory Group (IAG) for the proposed six-story 95 St. Alphonsus St. development generally agreed that the developers had made improvements from the previous proposal. Developers from Wingate Companies presented their revisions to the IAG, which consists of Ellen Moore, David Welch, Katie...

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Hillers head to the polls on Sept. 26

September 8, 2017
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Mission Hill voters will head to the polls on Sept. 26 for the City’s preliminary election to help decide which mayoral candidates will move on the November general election. Mayor Martin Walsh is facing off against three challengers: City Councilor Tito Jackson, Robert Cappucci, and Joseph A. Wiley. The top two vote getters in...

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Protest

September 8, 2017
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Protest

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Chilacates coming to Mission Hill

September 8, 2017
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Chilacates, a popular counter-service restaurant with two locations in Jamaica Plain, will be expanding to Mission Hill. Socrates Abreu, the owner of the restaurants, said that the lease has been secured for 1480 Tremont St., across from the Tobin Community Center, and hopes to get the restaurant up and running by early 2018. The...

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Comisión consultiva revisa propuesto del proyecto en St. Alphonsus

September 8, 2017
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En una reunión reciente de Boston Planning and Development Agency (BPDA), la comisión consultiva para el propuesto proyecto de seis pisos en 95 St. Alphonsus St. determinó que los promotores habían mejorado su propuesta original. Promotores de Wingate Companies presentaron sus revisiones a la comisión que incluye Ellen Moore, David Welch, Katie Genovesse, Gary...

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City makes public records on properties more accessible

September 8, 2017
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The City of Boston has announced the launch of RentSmart Boston, an online tool that allows renters and homeowners to access data about Boston’s properties, according to a press release. RentSmart compiles data from BOS:311 and the City’s Inspectional Services Department in order to give prospective tenants a more complete picture of the homes...

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City Council briefs

September 8, 2017
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HEALTHCARE PROVIDER PARKING PERMITS ON HOLD In order to learn more behind the problems that home health care workers are facing while trying to find parking in order to provide in home care, the City Council headed by Mission Hill City Councilor Josh Zakim and At-Large Michael Flaherty held a hearing on Aug. 22....

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Ward 10 Democrats endorse Walsh for mayor

September 8, 2017
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The Ward 10 Democratic Committee, which covers a large portion of Mission Hill, has unanimously endorsed Mayor Marty Walsh for re-election, according to a press release. The committee cited Walsh’s “record of building affordable housing, creating good paying jobs, and ensuring every child gets a quality education,” as reasons for their endorsement, according to...

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Participacion, September 8, 2017

September 8, 2017
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El plazo para Participación es 12pm, martes, 3 de octubre para la edición del 6 de octubre. Escriba a: news@missionhillgazette.com. Note que los números telefónicos empiezan con el código telefónico 617, a menos que haya otro. Reuniones Junta de directores de Mission Hill Neighborhood Housing, primer lunes del mes, 6-7.30pm, Mission Church Parish Center,...

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Henry James special exhibition at ISG Museum

September 8, 2017
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The Isabella Steward Gardner Museum is opening an exhibition this fall called “Henry James and the American Painting,” which explores the novelist’s connection to visual art and Isabella Stewart Gardner, according to a press release. James is best known for his books “Portrait of a Lady” (1880), “Washington Square” (1880), and the “Wings of...

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