Monthly Archives: July 2015

Editorial: The Olympic legacy of a corrupted process

July 3, 2015
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Boston 2024 returned to Jamaica Plain this week with yet another cynically artificial meeting. This time, it was a mockery of the charrette format real urban planners might use; the type of input Boston 2024 directly refused to give JP at the beginning, when it still mattered. There are possible fringe benefits to an...

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Letter: How to give your Casey demolition input

July 3, 2015
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Since the closure of the Casey Overpass last month, commuters have faced infuriating traffic. In the planning phases, both supporters and opponents of the project envisioned some disruption; they were right. Navigating major construction is hard and time-consuming. Although state and city transportation officials make real-time adjustments based on around-the-clock traffic monitoring, they cannot...

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Letter: Demolition

July 3, 2015
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Demolition By Aimée Sands   Skin of the day peeling slow on the spit grease and grace sliding away, our bridge falling, knocked to rubble, cables split   and writhing from concrete, Medusan snakes – light yawning in the gap where darkness stood. Piledrivers bang all night, the neighbors wake and brood, the beams,...

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Invitacion, July 3, 2015

July 3, 2015
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El plazo para la lista de eventos es el 21 de junio al mediodía para la publicación del 24 de julio. Mande a reporter@jamaicaplaingazette.com. Atención: Marque el 617 antes de los números que salen abajo. Reuniones Bartlett Square II, un propuesto edificio multiuso en 450-456 Amory St. de Chris DeSisto, presentado por Boston Redevelopment...

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JP gives hostile reception to Olympics

July 1, 2015
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JP gives hostile reception to Olympics

Most attendees at Jamaica Plain’s latest City-sponsored Boston 2024 meeting on June 30 did not welcome the idea of bringing the Olympics to Boston with open arms. Instead, they barraged City officials with concerns ranging from security to the legacy of parks to an unwillingness to listen to the opposition. More than 250 people...

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