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Making Hanover Street a one-way street

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    Making Hanover Street a one-way street

    Some in the North End want to make Hanover Street one way and give it a bit of Newbury Street panache. But others fear losing the bustle that makes this savory place. What do you think? Should Hanover become a one-way? Read more 

     
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    Re: Making Hanover Street a one-way street

    I think it is a good idea.  It will be a little confusing at first, but will catch on.  I remember when they reversed the direction of Charles Street, at first it has a headache, but eventually it was a good move for the businesses.
     
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    Re: Making Hanover Street a one-way street

    As someone who lives here I think it is a bad idea. Why do this...so the greedy restaurant owners can have outdoor seating or more room for valet parking. No benefit to anyone except a few greedy business owners. Unless you live in the northend....you can have an opinion but you don't get a vote.
     
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    Re: Making Hanover Street a one-way street

    In response to hippy163's comment:

    As someone who lives here I think it is a bad idea. Why do this...so the greedy restaurant owners can have outdoor seating or more room for valet parking. No benefit to anyone except a few greedy business owners. Unless you live in the northend....you can have an opinion but you don't get a vote.



     I respect your opinion and obviously the vote would only be by residents.

     
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