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The Boston Tea Party’s 250th Anniversary and the Importance of the Charlestown Patriots

The Boston Tea Party’s 250 th Anniversary and the Importance of the Charlestown PatriotsEllen S. Kitzis, Board Member, Charlestown Preservation Society Although the Boston Tea Party occurred 250 years ago-December 16, 1773-the day is stillremembered as a powerful symbol of the American resistance against unjust taxation and governmentoppression as well as one of the key […]

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Boston Public Radio

We are disappointed that Mayor Wu is perpetuating the BPDA’s messaging over what hundreds of us have told her about the process and our concerns about the PLAN. Just this week, she commented on PLAN: Charlestown in an interview on Boston Public Radio. Here is a link to the full question and answer: https://www.youtube.com/live/pzz4ZRoxZao?si=FjpWL6-3FuF_-hrl    […]

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Peace Park Progress – Piecemeal but Promising

For two years, the Peace Park Working Committee, which includes CPS representatives, has kept pressure on MassDOT to fulfill its authorization of the Peace Park remodeling of the former Lowney Way tot lot between Prospect and Mt. Vernon Streets. In partnership with the Charlestown Coalition’s leadership, we have finally had a breakthrough. City departments will […]

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Charlestown Industrial Architectural Conservation District

Great news! the Boston Landmarks Commission (BLC) has accepted the petition for an Architectural Conservation District for a Charlestown Industrial District. At the July 25th meeting of the BLC, Protect Historic Charlestown Chair, Eric Hill, presented a petition to the Commission to begin a process to establish a thematic Architectural Conservation District for important remaining industrial […]

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