Navy Yard News

September 13, 2017

Candidates view harbor development and water transporation.    See statements from the candidates Lydia Edwards – A Waterfront for All Margaret Farmer – Waterfront For All Stephen Passacantilli Waterfront Platform

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July 6, 2017

      The Charlestown Waterfront Coalition  is hosting Ben Lynch,  Department of Environmental Protection’s  Director of the Waterways Division  on July 19th at 7:00 PM in Bldg. 114.  He is coming to the Navy Yard specifically  in hopes of gaining community feedback on  the Charlestown Marina and particularly  the Pier 6 non water dependent license.  Please […]

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June 10, 2017

FCNY was asked by Ann Lagasse to share the following letter sent to meeting attendees regarding American Cruise Lines and the Charlestown Marina. Hello All Thank you for attending last night’s meeting. We appreciate your comments and heard your concerns. We have made these changes to the logistics regarding American Cruise Lines (ACL). Also, ACL […]

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November 21, 2016

City Councillor Sal LaMattina reports that a water transportation hearing on November 3 produced “a very robust conversation with interested stakeholders such as the BPDA, MassDOT, Boston Harbor Cruises, Boston Harbor Now, the Barr Foundation and a few others. The next step is to hold a working session sometime in the next month to have […]

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November 21, 2016

Neighbors were able to get a look inside the Ropewalk building at tours arranged by The Friends of Charlestown Navy Yard in early November. Construction of rental housing is expected to start in 2017. The building is one of several held by the Boston Planning and Development Agency (BRA).  

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November 21, 2016

MAYOR’S OPEN HOUSE.  The Charlestown Open House held by Mayor Martin J. Walsh on November 16 was deemed a big success as all of the major city departments hosted exhibits and answered questions from many residents. See photos from the event posted by the Mayor’s office.  A news report tells us that because of insufficient […]

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