September 12, 2016 Meeting Agenda

1.    Welcome: NEWNC President

2.    Call to Order & Roll Call: NEWNC President

3.    Meeting Protocol: NEWNC Vice President

4.    President’s Report: NEWNC President.

5.    Committee Reports:

a.    Resident Parking/Traffic Committee, Danielle D’Ambrosio

b.    Public Safety Committee, Sean Hennessey

c.    Greenway Committee, Lucas Cowan, Public Art Curator, Greenway

        6.    Reports from the Offices of Local Elected Officials

 a.    City Councilor Sal LaMattina

7.    10 Moon Street. Frank and Gloria Giammanco applied to the ZBA to extend the living space in the building by converting part of the basement into living space. Currently the first floor includes a kitchen, living room, bedroom and bath. The proposal would include a first floor living room, dining room, kitchen and bath; and the basement will include a master bedroom, master bath, two large closets and a utility room.

8.    278-284 North Street. Petitioner Joseph Boccelli seeks to change the legal occupancy to reflect the existing condition: from a four family (4) residential dwelling and one (1) commercial space to a seventeen (17) family residential dwelling and two (2) commercial spaces. No changes to the existing occupancy are proposed. Daniel Toscano, Esq., representing Petitioner.

       9.    Battery Wharf Hotel. Westmont Hospitality seeking to (1) obtain zoning relief in the transfer of entertainment license to reflect current          ownership and, (2) get their Certificate of Occupancy changed to list “live music.” The hotel and restaurant operations will not change and          the Leader’s Lounge will NOT be the subject of any live entertainment application or covered by any permit for the same.

       10.  Community Chat: Cycle track and Traffic Patterns. Kay Bernard-Smith, Project Manager, Connect Historic Boston

 

SPECIAL MEETING NOTICe: 

NEWNC & NEWRA will hold a joint community meeting to discuss the retail construction proposed at 198 Hanover St.

The meeting will take place THURSDAY, September 1, at 7 p.m. at the Nazzaro Community Center. Please join us to engage in a dialogue with the developer to ensure the final construction benefits the neighborhood and developer alike.

For more information, please visit: http://northendwaterfront.com/2016/08/community-meeting-sept-1st-new-retail-construction-proposed-198-hanover-street/. 

 

July 11, 2016 Meeting Agenda

 

1.    Welcome: NEWNC President

2.    Call to Order & Roll Call: NEWNC President

3.    Meeting Protocol: NEWNC Vice President

4.    President’s Report: NEWNC President

5.    Committee Reports:

a.    Resident Parking/Traffic Committee, Danielle D’Ambrosio

b.    Public Safety Committee, Sean Hennessey

c.    Greenway Committee, John Pregmon6.    Reports from the Offices of Local Elected Officials

 

7.    Battery Wharf Hotel. Westmont Hospitality seeking to obtain zoning relief in the transfer of entertainment license and, specifically, to get their Certificate of Occupancy changed to list “live music.” The hotel and restaurant operations will remain unchanged. (NEWNC unanimously supported transfer of alcohol license at Feb. 23, 2015 meeting.)

 

8.    Community Chat: North End Italian Feasts. Representatives from the various Religious Societies to offer presentations on their various feasts.

 

June 13, 2016 Meeting Agenda (UPDATED June 11, 2016)

1.    Welcome: NEWNC President

2.    Call to Order & Roll Call: NEWNC President

3.    Meeting Protocol: NEWNC Vice President

4.    President’s Report: NEWNC President

5.    Committee Reports:

a.    Resident Parking/Traffic Committee

b.    Public Safety Committee

c.    Greenway Committee

6.    Reports from the Offices of Local Elected Officials

7.    DiFilippo (Gassy) Dog Park. Kelly Thomas, project manager of the dog park, will provide updates on the dog park.

8.   Vin and Vigor, Inc. d/b/a The Wine Bottega.  Kimberly Scott, petitioner, seeking to transfer the 7-day wine and malt beverages package store license from Kerri Platt to petitioner.

9.  198 Hanover Street. Karen Johnson, AICP, Charter Realty & Development Corp. proposes project to demolish existing structure (one story, commercial use with three residential levels above) and replace it with a one story building with four ground level commercial spaces, but not replacing the residential units.

10.  Community Chat: Partners' closing of the Spaulding Rehab. nursing home in the North End

 

  1. Welcome:  NEWNC President
  2. Call to order & Roll Call:  NEWNC President
  3. Meeting Protocol:  NEWNC Vice President
  4. President’s Report:  NEWNC President
  5. Committee Reports:
    1. Resident Parking/Traffic Committee: Ryan Kenny
    2. Public Safety Committee: Sean Hennessy
    3. Greenway Committee:  John Pregmon
  6. Reports from the Offices of Local Elected Officials
  7. Wireless Distrubuted Antenna System: Extenet Systems to provide information on the recent upgrade of the Wireless Distributed Antenna Systen Network for the City of Boston.  Project will include installation of individual wireless nodes within the North End.    
  8. 4 Cleveland Place, Trecia Puopolo: Petitioner seeking to to change from a three story, single family dwelling to a four story plus mezzanine, three family dwelling.  Property not to exceed 55 ft. (Atty. Daniel Toscano)
  9. 57 Fleet Street, Constantine Davides: Petitioner seeking approval of a small mechanical unit attached to a adjacent to an existing private roof deck. (Arch. Stephen Gallagher)
  10. Cantina Italiana, 346 Hanover St., Fiore Colella:  Petitioner seeking to upgrade their Wine & Malt with Cordials license to an All Alcohol License with no change of hours, description or operation.  (Atty. William Ferullo, Licensing Board Hearing Jan. 27th).
  11.  Mare, 3 Mechanic St., Frank DePasquale:  Petitioner seeking to upgrade their Wine & Malt with Cordials license to an All Alcohol License with no change of hours, description or operation.  (Atty. William Ferullo, Licensing Board Hearing Jan. 27th).
  12. Monica’s Trattoria, 67 Prince St., Jorge, Frank and Patrick Mendoza:  Petitioner seeking to upgrade their Wine & Malt with Cordials license to an All Alcohol License with no change of hours, description or operation.  (Atty. William Ferullo, Licensing Board Hearing Jan. 27th).
  13. Ducali Pizzeria, 289 Causeway St., Jorge, Philip Frattaroli:  Petitioner seeking to upgrade their Wine & Malt with Cordials license to an All Alcohol License with no change of hours, description or operation.  (Atty. William Ferullo, Licensing Board Hearing Jan. 27th).
  14. Announcements/Open Discussion/Comments:

 

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2016 - 17 Council Member

Michael Bonetti
Danielle D'Ambrosio
Philip Frattaroli
Carmine Guarino
Sean Hennessey
Jorge Mendoza
John Pregmon
Marie Simboli
Gennaro Riccio
Brett Roman
Ralph Verrocchi
 

Announcements: 

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Monday, April 11th at 7:00pm

 

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