councilor Michelle Wu on April 25 at EB YMCA
Please note this was rescheduled from April 28. The
new date and time is April 25, 2014 from 8:30 a.m. to 10 a.m.
East Boston Main Streets invites the
East Boston small business community to hear about your experience navigating the licensing and
permitting process in the City of Boston
BOSTON, MA (April 7, 2014) – On Friday April 25th, City Councilor
Michelle Wu will hold a forum at the East Boston Y on Bremen Street, from
8:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. with local business owners to
discuss their experiences navigating the permitting and licensing
process with the City of Boston.
The Councilor wants to build off of
the real experiences of business owners as she works to improve the
system. At the forum, business owners will have an opportunity to
talk about what worked and what didn't work throughout the process
Was there a specific step that was
most frustrating and took the most time? Were there certain forms
that seemed redundant?
Was there a step that was easy that
could serve as an example for other processes?
These personal stories are an
essential starting point for identifying commonalities, both
positive and negative in the permitting and licensing process.
For more details or questions please call Max Gruner, Executive
Director of East Boston Main Streets at 617-561-1044.
East Boston Main Streets is a public/private partnership initiative
of Boston Main Streets, which was established by Mayor Thomas M.
Menino. The program has been operating in East Boston since 1995 to
create a vibrant business district by initiating private and public
improvements, promoting commerce, and supporting efforts to improve
the quality of life for all who live, work and do business in East
Boston. East Boston Gateway, Inc. is a Non-Profit Organization
Recognized under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
Source: East Boston Main Streets