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Bus stop to move for tower

February 27, 2015
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The “Serenity” development at 105a S. Huntington Ave. recently appeared before the City’s Public Improvement Commission (PIC), gaining approval for several aspects of the proposal, including moving a MBTA bus stop. But it is unclear where the overall project’s progress stands. The 195-unit, multi-building development will include townhouses and apartment buildings of one-, two-...

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Residente de JP nombrada al comité de escuelas

February 27, 2015
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Residente de JP nombrada al comité de escuelas

Miren Uriarte, una profesora de la Universidad de Massachusetts-Boston y un miembro activo de la comunidad latina, fue nombrada al comité de escuelas de Boston a principios de este mes, según un comunicado de prensa. Uriarte, una residente de Jamaica Plain, reemplaza a Claudio Martínez, que renunció en diciembre al comité de escuelas y...

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EHS senior awarded football scholarship to UMaine

February 27, 2015
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EHS senior awarded football scholarship to UMaine

Emmanuel Almonte, a senior and football quarterback at English High School (EHS) at 144 McBride St., signed a Letter of Intent to play football on an athletic scholarship at the University of Maine (UMaine) earlier this month. Almonte told the Gazette last week that he was accepted into UMaine before his football career became...

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ZBA hearing for City Realty dev. postponed

February 27, 2015
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A Zoning Board of Appeals hearing for a proposed development at 38-42 Hyde Park Ave. that was originally scheduled for earlier this month has been delayed until March 24 because of a snowstorm. City Realty plans to turn 38-42 Hyde Park Ave. into a three-storey building with six residential units above a first-floor commercial...

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IAG for 3200 Washington St. project formed

February 27, 2015
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An Impact Advisory Group (IAG) for the proposed development on the 3190-3204 block of Washington Street between Montebello and Iffley roads has been created as a result of the developers filing a Letter of Intent with the Boston Redevelopment Authority (BRA). The proposed 76-unit, six- to seven-story development was proposed by developers Dan Mangiacotti...

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Urban Edge developing affordable rentals

February 27, 2015
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EGLESTON SQ.—Urban Edge is planning on developing 40 to 50 affordable rental units in Egleston Square, adjacent to the Egleston Square Branch Library at 2044 Columbus Ave. Urban Edge planned to host a community meeting at the Library Feb. 28, after the Gazette’s deadline, to discuss the project with the neighborhood. According to Urban...

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Coldwell reaches deal over discrimination allegations

February 27, 2015
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Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, which has a location at 713 Centre St., has entered into a settlement agreement with the state Attorney General’s (AG) Office over allegations that it discriminated against families with children in housing rentals, according to a press release. The JP location was at the center of the allegations, which said...

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Dedicated customers help weather-stricken businesses

February 27, 2015
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The record snow and arctic cold this winter has affected all facets of life, including putting a dent in local businesses’ bottom line. But some owners and business associations say that has been helped by dedicated customers. David Doyle, owner of Tres Gatos and Centre Street Cafe, said in an email to the Gazette...

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Rockland Trust Arrives

February 27, 2015
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Rockland Trust Arrives

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New Landmarks Commission head is named

February 27, 2015
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New Landmarks Commission head is named

Rosanne Foley was appointed last month to be the next executive director of the Boston Landmarks Commission (BLC), according to a press release. Foley takes over for Jamaica Plain resident Ellen Lipsey, whose employment was ended by the City late last year. The BLC has played a prominent role JP, overseeing landmark designations on...

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