Four public meetings this week will give South Boston residents a chance to weigh in on development projects happening in their backyards.
On Tuesday Massport will hold a public information meeting to discuss their site at 900 East First St., once the home of the Coastal Oil Terminal. Officials will discuss efforts to clean up the 30-acre parcel and take questions from the audience. The meeting will be held at the Curley Community Center, 1663 Columbia Road, at 7:00 p.m.
On Wednesday, the Fort Point Neighborhood Association will host a meeting to discuss the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center’s expansion. BCEC executive director Jim Rooney and State Senator Jack Hart will attend. The meeting will be held at 6:30 p.m. at 311 Summer St. For more information about the center’s expansion visit the project website.
Also on Wednesday, the West Broadway Neighborhood Association will hold a meeting to discuss a proposed development at 41 West Second St. Architect Tim Johnson will be on hand to discuss the nine-unit residential project with community members and will also show revised drawings of the project. The meeting will be held at 50 West Broadway at 7:00 p.m.
The Boston Redevelopment Authority will also convene Wednesday to allow resident feedback about a proposed residential project at 630 East Second St. The proposal by Michael Indresano calls for the construction of 19 condo units in a five-story building with 26 parking spaces. The public meeting will be held at 630 East Second St. at 6:00 p.m. For more information visits the BRA’s project page.
To find out more about developments happening throughout South Boston and the Waterfront, check out Boston.com’s “Snapshots of Southie’s Transformation”.