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Public Improvement Commission Hearing

The Public Improvement Commission will be holding a hearing on February 16 at 10 a.m.

Discussion Topics

  1. On a petition by MHF Devonshire V LLC for the granting of an Earth Retention License for the installation of a temporary earth support system within the following public ways in Boston Proper: (NB 1/12/2017, PH 2/2/2017)

    Devonshire Street – on its easterly side south of Quaker Lane.

    Quaker Lane – on its southerly and westerly sides east of Devonshire Street

    As shown on a plan entitled City of Boston Public Works Department, Engineering Division, Temporary Earth Retention Plan, 54 Devonshire Street and Quaker Lane, Boston, 1 sheet dated January, 2016

  2. On a petition by 6 West Broadway LLC for the granting of an Earth Retention License for the installation of a temporary earth support system within the following public ways in South Boston: (NB 2/2/2017)

    West Broadway – on its northeasterly side southeast of Dorchester Avenue.

    Dorchester Avenue – on its easterly side between West Broadway and West Second Street.

    West Second Street – on its southerly side between Dorchester Avenue and Athens Street.

    Athens Street – on its southwesterly side southeast of West Second Street.

    As shown on a set of plans entitled City of Boston Public Works Department, Engineering Division, Temporary Earth Retention Plan, 6 West Broadway, Dorchester Avenue, W 2nd Street, Athens Street, South Boston, 3 sheets dated January, 2017.

  3. On a petition by 65 Florian Street LLC for the Abandonment of any and all rights to travel the public may have had on Grover Street (a/k/a Wyvern Street), West Roxbury, located east of the intersection of Florian Street and Wyvern Street. (NB 2/2/2017)

    As shown on a plan entitled City of Boston Public Works Department, Engineering Division, Abandonment Plan, Grover Street at 65 Florian Street, Roslindale, 1 sheet dated November 30, 2016.

  4. On a petition by Lightower for a Grant of Location with lead company status and no participants to install new telecommunication conduit within the following public ways in Roxbury: (NB 2/2/2017)

    Circuit Street – from Washington Street to a point south of Fenwick Place.

    Washington Street – from Circuit Street to a point approximately 100 feet southerly.

    As shown on a set of plans entitled City of Boston Public Works Department, Engineering Division, Grant of Location Plan, 58 Circuit Street, Boston, 2 sheets dated January 30, 2017.

  5. On a petition by National Grid for the making of Specific Repairs within Commonwealth Avenue, Boston Proper, located on both sides generally between Amory Street and University Road/Carlton Street, consisting of four new ventilation posts. (NB 2/2/2017

    As shown on a set of plans entitled City of Boston Public Works Department, Engineering Division, Specific Repair Plan, Commonwealth Avenue, National Grid, Boston, 4 sheets dated February 2, 2017.

  6. New Business

    1. 55-57 & 65 Seaport Boulevard, Farnsworth Street; South Boston – Pedestrian Easement, Sidewalk Café Licenses, Projection License – On a set of joint petitions by Seaport Square Development Company LLC, WS - Block J LLC, H III Partners LLC, the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority, and the Boston Redevelopment Authority

    2. 45 West Third Street, A Street, Athens Street; South Boston – Pedestrian Easement, Specific Repairs – On a petition by E&T LLC

    3. Lewis Street, Msgr. Albert A. Jacobbe Road; East Boston – Specific Repairs – On a petition by Lend Lease Clippership Wharf LLC

    4. 380 Stuart Street; Boston Proper – Vertical Discontinuances, Specific Repairs, Earth Retention License – On a set of petitions by John Hancock Life Insurance Company

    5. 132 Chestnut Hill Avenue, Atwood Road; Brighton – Abandonment, Specific Repairs – On a set of joint petitions by the Jewish Community Housing for the Elderly III Inc., JCHE Leventhal Inc., and the Boston Redevelopment Authority

    6. 377-407 West First Street; South Boston – Widening & Relocation, Vertical Discontinuances – On a set of joint petitions by Edward Sullivan Condo Trust and Mr. Donald Clancy

    7. Summer Street; South Boston – Specific Repairs – On a petition by the City of Boston Public Works Department