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Gove Street Citizens Association is back. Meets Feb. 23.

The Gove Street Citizens Association (GSCA) that safeguarded the Ward 1, Precinct 2 neighborhood area from 1974 until 2005 is reactivated.

The decision to reactivate the GSCA is due to the inadequate representation of the Precinct 2 area created by the recent increase of small and large scale project developments. These developments will have significant impacts on the everyday life of direct abutters, area homeowners and residents, and local businesses.

The GSCA will be a proactive sounding board by analyzing both the positive and negative project designs, the impacts on surrounding area buildings and businesses, address parking and traffic concerns, and act to resolve problem issues with developers and the City prior to final City of Boston project approvals.

The GSCA will provide appropriate representation of abutters, homeowners, and residents at City of Boston Zoning Board of Appeal and BRA Board Project Hearings.

The main goal of the GSCA is to provide proper transparency of all project issues for the best project decision making and neighborhood protections.

FIRST MEETING DATE: Monday, February 23, 2015

TIME: 6:30 pm 8:30 pm

LOCATION: Noddle Island Community Room situated in the Massport Rental Car Center at 15 Transportation Way located at the end of Porter Street near the Embassy Suites Hotel.

Co-chairs: Gina and Jack Scalcione


Source: Gove Street Citizens Association
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