Mayor Michelle Wu Mayor@Boston.govHonorable Daniel Ryan Dan.Ryan@mahouse.govHonorable Salvatore DiDomenico Sal.DiDomenico@masenate.govLydia Edwards, Charlestown Councillor Lydia.email@example.comBPDA Director-Brian Golden firstname.lastname@example.orgBPDA Board: BPDAboard@Boston.govBPDA GCl- Renee LeFevre Esq. renee.lefevre@Boston.govMorgan McDaniel email@example.comGabriela Coletta firstname.lastname@example.orgBPDA email@example.comBPDA firstname.lastname@example.orgKathy Abbott email@example.comTrustees of Reservations NICK BLACK firstname.lastname@example.orgTrustees of Reservations AMY G. EYNATIAN email@example.comTrustees of Reservations AARON GOUVEIA | PR Director firstname.lastname@example.orgTrustees of Reservations CHRISTINE BOYNTON | Coastal Communications Managercboynton@thetrustees.orgBoston Globe LettersContinue reading “Campaign Letter Addresses”
Early in BRA Navy Yard stewardship, a mural hung at the BRA entrance “Greenway Crossroads” proudly presented the future public green space at Piers 4, 5, 6. The Boston Naval Yard is a Special Place for the Public. How did the BRA stray so far from that original vision? Now proposing the privatizing of aContinue reading ““Greenway Crossroads” BRA Mural Proudly Presented”
Our Events Children’s canvas. Our proposed and past event Programs, UN effort replicable education…
The efforts to revive the Pier 5 public park span generations and hundreds of collective years. There are common components amongst varying views and visions for its recreation. Priorities include historic preservation with true waterfront access for all. Image: Children on the Harbor Walk Paint their Visions of Pier 5
Programming A place to celebrate the city, the history, the marine life and the harbor for generations. The end of the pier could be a great place for a events and other programming.
Beloved Courageous Sailing Center Keep the Watersheet! Children sailors need sheltered, well protected water sheet for practicing and docking.
Honor Navy Civil Rights Milestones With a crew of 150 African-American enlisted men and six officers. was part of the Evarts-class destroyer escort for other naval vessels in the Atlantic Ocean. The USS Mason (DE-529) commissioned on March 20, 1944.
Celebrate the Maritime History A Landmark Point of Interest, memorializing 50,000 women and men working in the Navy-Yard during WWII. Pier 5 served tens of Tall-Ships docking and sailing right here during Sail-Boston 2000 and 2017. This is the area where British Ships assaulted the Patriots at The Battle of Bunker Hill. This is whereContinue reading “Celebrate the Maritime History”
Rambling Garden and Outdoor Sitting With open space to view, relax and enjoy the waterfront. Olmsted’s perpetual horizons. Liminality. An ideal place to fully enjoy a well sheltered area on Pier 5 combined with historic elements?