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February 2018 Neighborhood Council & Committee Meetings (Rev. 2)

Public Service Committee: Tuesday, February 6, 2018, at 7:00 pm, at Curtis Hall, 20 South Street.  Agenda includes (1) Petition of Bar Orange at 3698 Washington Street for a 7-day Common Victualler All Alcohol Beverage License with a 1:00 am closing, with Bob D. O’Guin, Jr. as manager, and also an Entertainment License for 5 TVs: and, (2) Discussion with Boston Bikes about more bicycle racks and other bicycle issues.

Zoning Committee: Wednesday, February 7, 2018, at 7:00 pm, at Farnsworth House, 90 South Street.  Agenda includes: (1)18 Marbury Terrace (Community Servings seeks to combine 15,408 square foot lot and 33,998 square foot lot and construct 17,000 square foot addition to existing building for catering/kitchen use; renovate 8,000 square feet in existing building; site work, landscaping, and grading); (2) 20A-20B Lee Street (build two additional dwelling units in location of current carriage house and shed, per plans); and, (3) The return of 31-33 Woodlawn Street (modify existing building to create 3-family residence with exterior decks; construct second 3-family residence; total of 6 residential units with 6 parking spaces on site).  Materials on the above matters, including plans and photographs, submitted to the committee may be accessed here.

Environment Parks & Energy Committee: Thursday, February 15, 2018, at 6:0-0- pm, at JP Licks. Agenda includes discussion of: (1)  Fixit Clinic tool grant, future planning ; and, (2) Zero Waste Boston

Housing & Development Committee: Tuesday, February 20, 2018, at 7:00 pm, at The Bowditch School building, Green Street (enter at sidewalk level to the left of the main stairs).  Agenda: TBA.

Zoning Committee: Wednesday, February 21, 2018, at 7:00 pm, at Farnsworth House, 90 South Street.  Agenda includes: (1) 137 Amory Street (Building C at 125 Amory Street site)(construct a new residential building on subdivided parcel — four stories with sixty-two (62) units): (2) 287 Chestnut Avenue (legalize existing three-family dwelling currently classified as a two-family);(3) 29 Goldsmith Street (change occupancy from two-family to three-family dwelling; renovate interior and raise height of building on existing footprint; building to have three residential units on four floors); and, (4) 34 Roseway Street (create driveway and two off-street parking spaces). Materials on the above matters, including plans and photographs, submitted to the committee may be accessed here.

Jamaica Plain Neighborhood Council

Tuesday, February 27, 2018, at 7:00 pm, at Farnsworth House, 90 South Street. Agenda includes Q & A with Representative Sanchez.

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