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Committee on Planning, Development, and Transportation

Hearing on (Dockets #0506, 0807, 0980) Message and orders declaring surplus various parcels and transfering the care, custody, management and control of said property to the Public Facilities Commission and (Dockets #0808, 1024) Message and orders transfering parcels from discontinued street parcels to sale parcels.

The public can offer testimony.

Discussion Topics

  1. Docket #0506

    Docket #0506 – Surplus and Transfer - Leo M Birmingham in the Allston/Brighton District (Ward 22 Parcel 02762010).Docket #0807 – Surplus and Transfer – 48 Tileston Street (Ward 03 Parcel 02295000) and 50 Tileston (Ward 03 Parcel 02294000) in the North End District.Docket #0980 – Surplus and Transfer - A portion of 135 Dudley Street (Ward 12 Parcel 01180000) and A portion of 2406 Wshington Street (Ward 12 Parcel 01263000) in Roxbury.Docket #0808 – Discontinued Street Parcel to Sale Parcel, A portion of 90 Cottage Street, East Boston. Docket #1024 – Discontinued Street Parcel to Sale Parcel, A portion of Everett Street, Allston. 

    These matters are sponsored by the Mayor and were referred to the Committee on Planning, Development and Transportation on (#0506 - 4/4/2018), (#0807 and #0808 - 5/23/2018), (#0980 - 6/20/2018) and (#1024 - 6/27/2018)

    Members of the public are cordially invited to attend and testify.  If you have not testified at a Council hearing before, please arrive (5) minutes before the call of the hearing to sign up and become familiar with the hearing format, testimony locations, and sound system. Please bring fifteen (15) copies of any written documentation you wish to present at the hearing. If you know of others who may be interested in this hearing, kindly notify them.

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    NOTICE: The Boston City Council may have a quorum in attendance due to standing committees of the City Council consisting of both voting and non-voting members.  However, members attending this duly posted meeting are participating and deliberating only in conjunction with the business of the standing committee.

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