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Maureen Dahill

Maureen Dahill is the editor of Caught in Southie and a lifelong resident of South Boston sometimes mistaken for a yuppie. Co-host of Caught Up, storyteller, lover of red wine and binge watching TV series. Mrs. Peter G. Follow her @MaureenCaught.

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  1. Not so New to the Hood says

    If only we could deem other blight “moving” so those could be torn down as well. Like St. Vincent’s church…what a true waste.

      • Not so New to the Hood says

        lol. It’s pure fact. It’s like a half acre plot in a highly sought after part of the neighborhood. They were so quick to tear down that house…why not tear down the church too while they’re at it? It’s not even a shot at the irish Catholics, it’s a shot at complacent land bankers.

      • Not so New to the Hood says

        If you’re rent was 20% higher than what it should be, then you’d be annoyed too. Sounds like you bought pre 2012 and are fine with your overvalued home.

        • Roger Glass says

          Oh come on nowwww. I was just playin.

          Overvalued? In my opinion, we are just getting started! The amount of unsolicited cash offers that cross my table each passing week are amazing!

          • Not so New to the Hood says

            Borrowing costs are rising, mass transit solutions are not formulating (aside from the seaport gondola which serves a small portion of the community), and BPS have been stagnant in terms of quality, rising seas are becoming a legitimate concern, new construction deliveries are at an all time high, the death rate is slowly starting to match the birth rate.

            There will be shift back to the burbs in the near future and inner city housing prices will decrease by 10%. Heard it hear first.

          • Guppy (geezer urban post-professional) says

            NTSNTTH just made me wish someone would take away my shoelaces and belt.