Why – RFP Petition

Our petition to the Mayor of Boston expresses concern over the current RFP process from BPDA that aims to privatize Pier 5, adjacent to the Courageous Sailing Center.   The three submitted proposals were open for public comments until April 5, at the  BPDA web site . However, this is just the beginning. There are multiple ways to take actionContinue reading “Why – RFP Petition”

Have Mayor Wu Stand Firm Against the Downtown Waterfront MHP

Nov. 5, 2021 – Have Mayor Wu Stand Firm Against the Downtown Waterfront MHP – By Save Boston’s Waterfront  “This week’s historic victory elected a mayor for the City of Boston that prioritizes an accessible public realm, climate resiliency and inclusivity.  Together, we made sure that all the mayoral candidates knew that revamping the DowntownContinue reading “Have Mayor Wu Stand Firm Against the Downtown Waterfront MHP”

Have Mayor Wu Stand Firm Against the Downtown Waterfront MHP

Nov. 5, 2021 – Have Mayor Wu Stand Firm Against the Downtown Waterfront MHP – By Save Boston’s Waterfront  “This week’s historic victory elected a mayor for the City of Boston that prioritizes an accessible public realm, climate resiliency and inclusivity.  Together, we made sure that all the mayoral candidates knew that revamping the DowntownContinue reading “Have Mayor Wu Stand Firm Against the Downtown Waterfront MHP”

ANNOUNCED: ALL PIER 5, BUILDING PROPOSALS ARE REJECTED!

Nov. 22, 2021 – The BPDA withdraws the RFP to build on Pier 5 The Boston Planning and Development Agency (BPDA) withdraws an RFP to build housing on Pier 5 in the Charlestown Navy Yard, and supports a waterfront public park, rather than residential housing.  Members of the Pier 5 Association, Inc. http://www.Pier5.org and RestoreContinue reading “ANNOUNCED: ALL PIER 5, BUILDING PROPOSALS ARE REJECTED!”

Once-in-a-generation chance for resilient, inclusive waterfront. – Conservation Law

Oct. 29, 2021 – Once-in-a-generation chance for resilient, inclusive waterfront. – Conservation Law – By Deanna Moran – Director of Environmental Planning, Conservation Law Foundation “Op-ed: The next mayor of Boston will have a once-in-a-generation opportunity to put forward a vision for the Downtown waterfront that is resilient and inclusive of all residents, and thatContinue reading “Once-in-a-generation chance for resilient, inclusive waterfront. – Conservation Law”

Public Waterfront Access! Urge our Leaders

Equitable Resiliency, Progress & Collaboration, Boston Rising Seas Response Coastal cities around the world are realising forward oriented climate resilience, adaptive Nature Based Urban Planning Solutions. Boston is considered by FEMA to be in “retrograde” in global context. Please reach out to the leaders and organizations beginning with the emails below.Explain why you oppose privatization,Continue reading “Public Waterfront Access! Urge our Leaders”