0.8 min readBy Published On: October 29th, 2018Categories: Features0 Comments

We’ve all seen the flooding. Tides rising higher than ever spilling into the streets and causing damage and delays. (Remember that dumpster last winter floating down A Street?) Well, Mayor Marty Walsh has a a new plan for a resilient Boston Harbor. On Tuesday, October 30th, the Fort Point Neighborhood Association is hosting a special meeting about the subject!

Join the Fort Point Neighborhood Association for A Fort Point Seaport Neighborhood Gathering at the Boston Children’s Museum – 308 Congress Street (Business entrance)5th Floor conference room from 6pm-8pm.

This meeting will feature the City of Boston’s Coastal Resilience (Climate Ready) Report for Fort Point & Seaport with Richard McGuinness and Chris Busch from Boston Planning & Development Agency. Alisha Pegan from the Office of Environment, Energy & Open Space and Nick Armata from Boston Landmarks Commission will also be in attendance.

If you’d like to attend, you need to RSVP by Monday, October 29th! You can do so here! 

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