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Note to BRA: Honeymoon is over

State Rep. Nick Collins, developer Joe Fallon, Mayor Martin Walsh, Cornerstone chief executive David Reilly, Fallon company executive vice president Richard Martini, and acting BRA director Brian Golden.
State Rep. Nick Collins, developer Joe Fallon, Mayor Martin Walsh, Cornerstone chief executive David Reilly, Fallon company executive vice president Richard Martini, and acting BRA director Brian Golden.Shirley Leung/Globe Staff

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It probably wasn’t the best time to bring this up with Brian Golden, acting director of the BRA — after a ceremonial toss of dirt to mark the groundbreaking for yet another office tower on the Southie waterfront.

But there’s really no good time to talk about how the development community finds it hard to get things done through the Boston Redevelopment Authority.

Two months into the Walsh administration, developers and their entourages didn’t do much complaining, indulging the new team with a long honeymoon. In recent weeks, however, the tone has changed, and frustration is building as developers lose patience with waiting for basic guidance on how to proceed on projects.

The problem, they say, has been that Mayor Marty Walsh has adopted a hands-off approach.

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