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Councilor Flaherty, as chair of the Community Preservation Committee, will host the hearing on Tuesday, May 5th at 5 PM.  One of the projects is the Kearsarge Memorial in Marine Park. 

See press release below:

BOSTON, MA – The Boston City Council’s Community Preservation Committee will hold a hearing to review and approve the appropriation of $24,309,000 in FY20 Community Preservation Fund revenues. Through the recommendation of Mayor Martin J. Walsh, already reviewed and approved by the City of Boston’s Preservation Committee, $15,750,000 has been set aside for affordable housing projects, $3,440,000.00 for historic preservation projects, and $5,119,000.00 for recreational use and open space projects. The Committee will also review $782, 392.00 in appropriations for the administrative and operating expenses of the City of Boston Preservation Committee (CPC) and an appropriation order of $25,517, 608.00 from the Community Preservation Fund to be reserved for future appropriation.

WHO: The Boston City Council’s Community Preservation Committee, led by Committee Chair Michael F. Flaherty

WHAT: Committee hearing to approve $24,309,000 in Community Preservation Act funds, $782, 392.00 for administrative and operating expenses, and $25, 517, 608.00 for future appropriation.

WHEN: Tuesday, May 5, 2020 at 5 PM

WHERE: The public may watch this meeting via live stream at www.boston.gov/city-council-tv. Public Testimony can be made by written statement emailed to Christine O’Donnell at [email protected].

Image: Harry McDonough Sailing Center who was a past recipient of CPA

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